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Mayra Hinojosa

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Descriptive Language

Get ready to apply your knowledge on using text evidence to support an appropriate response in a story! *Note: You will use the book assigned by your teacher to fill this graphic organizer. 1. Tap on link to view the video explaining the skill. 2. Tap add response to begin activity. 3. Tap the tool to take a picture of the object, character, or event you are using from your book and paste it in the box provided. 4. Tap label tool to begin filling the information in the page. 5. Tap the record tool to record what you created. 6. Go to the next page. Tap the pencil tool to draw the object, character, or event in the page. Add as much details as you can. 7. Tap the record tool to record what you created. 8. Tap check when finished.

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity is intended to be used with any book to use text evidence to support an appropriate response in a story. It was developed to be used by Brownsville ISD teachers for PearsonRealize MyView2020adoption Unit 1 Week 5. The video in the instructions is from study.com.