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4 Fabulous Ideas for Teaching Theme
Kelly Teaching Fourth 4 Fabulous Ideas for Teaching Theme posted by Kelly...To introduce the concept of theme, I love using picture books. Using picture books as model text is one of my favorite things to do in reading, and for me, it is a great way to introduce theme. Some of my favorite picture books for teaching them include
5 Key Reasons To Teach Students How To Analyze Differing Perspectives
Differing perspectives graphic organizer. Free printable. Teach students how to analyze differing viewpoints. Digital and PDF. #freeprintable #graphicorganizer #perspectives
30: One Pagers: The Simplest Way to Success
ONE PAGERS: Ready for one pager success? Want some free templates to help your students maximize their potential with this fun design activity from AVID? Check out this post for tips, examples, and four free templates to get you started.
Upper elementary teachers, are you looking for summarizing anchor charts and activities to help your 3rd, 4th grade and 5th grade students truly understand how to write summaries and how it helps them grow as readers? These summarizing comprehension strategy activities, task cards, graphic organizers, rubric, modeled writing & anchor chart posters will help you teach the perfect summary lesson to help your students succeed. Click to see all that is included & see the nonfiction summary pack, too
Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions for Grades 2-5
Engage your students with high-interest step-by-step reading comprehension passages! These are designed for every INFORMATIONAL AND LITERATURE STANDARD for grades 2-5! Each lengthy passage is written with 3 differentiated reading levels with or without a dyslexic font to meet the needs of all your students. They are perfect for CLOSE READING. Questions are also included! The questions were formulated in a STEP-BY-STEP process.