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Stoplight Strategies
Common Core State Standards

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  • STOPLIGHT Books highlight evidence-based reading. Students find the evidence to support their answers to comprehension questions that range from simple to more complex.
  • STOPLIGHT interdisciplinary passages require students to find both the direct and inferred evidence in the text.
  • STOPLIGHT Books use a color coded system to enable students to learn how to go back in a passage and identify the evidence.
  •  STOPLIGHT direct-evidence questions are green. Students underline or highlight these questions in green.
  • STOPLIGHT inferred-evidence questions are yellow. Students underline or highlight these questions in yellow.
  • STOPLIGHT  main idea questions are red questions. Students circle these questions and indicate that they are red questions.

Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Activities
Common Core State Standards

  • Stoplight Books and strategies are research-based. STOPLIGHT evidence-based reading significantly accelerates students’ reading comprehension and writing across subject areas and on High-Stakes testing.
  • STOPLIGHT Books include evidence-based interdisciplinary reading passages and writing activities.
  • STOPLIGHT Books develop Common Core informational and narrative reading. Students are asked to find direct and inferred evidence to support claims.
  • STOPLIGHT Books teach students to evaluate, analyze and synthesize direct and inferred evidence.
  • STOPLIGHT writing activities teach students to use opinion, informative and narrative writing to support the claims and explain the evidence.
  • STOPLIGHT writing activities have students self-score or partner-score their writing on opinion, informational and narrative writing rubrics.

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STOPLIGHT Books teach Common Core Evidence- based Comprehension

STOPLIGHT Books teach Common Core Evidence- based Comprehension
STOPLIGHT Books teach informational and narrative literacy skills.
STOPLIGHT Books teach opinion, informational and narrative writing.
STOPLIGHT Rubrics are used for students to self-score or partner-score their opinion, informational and narrative writing selections

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