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#9 Citing Textual Evidence During Reading (Reading Comprehension)

In this video, I teach you how to cite a quote or textual evidence from a book. I teach a simple and easy process to help you understand what you are reading!

Endangered Shark Article:

The Digger & the Duckling Read-Aloud:

FREE Google Slides Workbook:

FREE Printable Workbook:

This is part of a bigger series called Foundations of Reading Comprehension. I will cover how to complete KWL charts, make predictions, visualize with the five senses, summarize with the five W’s, monitor and clarify, the story elements, ask good questions, make inferences, use textual evidence, and close read. You will learn 10 different reading comprehension skills!

This is a great way for your students or children to make huge strides in their reading during the summer months. I invite you to join the challenge!

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Tommy Messinger
For the past seven years, I have taught at a Charter school in San Diego that serves a 60% refugee and immigrant population. I have had the opportunity to teach everything from Honors Social Science subjects, Android app development, remedial literacy and AVID to running an after school robotics and basketball program, operate as testing coordinator, and serve on our school’s leadership team. I recently finished my M.S.E in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis in Reading Education at Kansas University.