Metacognition anchor charts

The Teaching Thief: comprehension strategy

The Teaching Thief - Metacognition Stems - Teach student to use these sentence starters when responding in online discussions.

Metacognition with Reading Salad

Metacognition with Reading Salad. I like to use this anchor chart because it does help the student understand their own metacognition.

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning.

Encouraging Student Self-Reflection

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning. Ask each student to choose one and write it on an exit slip.

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently reading.

Reading Strategies Mini Anchor Charts

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently r

metacognitive anchor charts | We will create a metacognition anchor chart like this one (found on ...

" Do you understand what I said? Its all about metacognition – whats going on in my head." ~ Miles and Tanny McGregor

Fake Reading vs. Real Reading: Plus 20 Additional Anchor Charts to Teach Reading Comprehension

25 Anchor Charts That Nail Reading Comprehension

Reading is THINKING Freebie to improve Comprehension ~ TeacherKarma.com

Yes, Reading Really is THINKING! *Improve Comprehension*

Anchor Chart for Reading is Thinking.

Reading is Thinking

Metacognition anchor chart--Venn diagram-esque graphic comprehension chart--Students can see that what the text says and what they're thinking comes together to create Real Reading.

Metacognition anchor chart - I like the Venn diagram-esque graphic comprehension students being able to see how what the text says and what their thinking comes together to create Real Reading from Tanny McGregor's book Comprehension Connections

Getting students to tune into their thinking with interactive anchor charts ---Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade

Help kids tune into their thinking with this interactive anchor chart. You can use the anchor chart during your read alouds to show students your thinking, then they can add sticky notes to share their thinking.

You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY. Exit Slips are an excellent way to ensure that your students are reflecting on their learning as well as a way to keep tabs on their progress.

You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY. Exit Slips are an excellent way to ensure that your students are reflecting on their learning as well as a way to keep tabs on their progress. I would get them to pick 2 to answer.

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