Amelia Petersen

Amelia Petersen

Amelia Petersen
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Great anchor chart for Summarizing. This 4th grade teacher has a ton of good ideas!

Writing a summary. We could use this at the end of the lesson to show our students what a good summary is. They could then write a summary of what we learned and we could use this as an assessment. This also goes great with our English TEK.

Punctuation Chart for Kindergarten/First grade. Write one sentence, come up with ways to change it to use different punctuation.

Punctuation Chart for Kindergarten/First grade. Write one sentence, come up with ways to change it to use different punctuation. Change to halloween or pumpkin theme sentences.

Main Idea Anchor Chart--Worked great in my fifth grade classroom!

Disney Teachers: Note~ This anchor chart also reiterates the five finger rule. ("Give a hand to summarize") Main Idea Anchor Chart

Inferring Anchor Chart (picture only)

whole group or small. Grade 5 Use puzzle pieces - Inferring Anchor Chart Fifth grade Standards addressed by using this chart: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Sentence frames/starters to provide evidence and explanations. (Common Core)

Sentence frames/starters to provide evidence and explanations. Will make stems/starters for Math as well.

Fifth Graders can RACE to win!! Bulletin Board R-Restate the questions A-Answer the Question C-Cite the evidence you found E-Explain your reasoning

My kids have grown so much using RAP! RAP anchor chart to teach kids how to write full answers to test questions - image only

sentence fluency  Answering short answer questions using evidence from the text  Modify for WL and use starting in level 1 as a way to help teach them to process and plan writing responses.

Our literacy coach, Mrs. Johnson, came to help us get better with answering short answer questions. She used this anchor chart to help us learn the steps to writing a great answer!

lots of Language Arts Anchor Charts: root words, prefixes, suffixes, nonfiction features, text structures and MORE

lots of Language Arts Anchor Charts: root words, prefixes, suffixes, nonfiction features, text structures and MORE. So important to teach fluency and decoding text structures.