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ELA standard 3.RL2: Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text. I will use this chart to lead class discussions on retelling/summarizing stories throughout the year from our CC reading series.

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Summarizing...anchor chart...easy way to break it up for students

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Use this already! but like this layout for getting kids started with this summarizing organizer!

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

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Eclectic Educating: Nonfiction Summary - like the nonfiction tips

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Anchor Chart- Writing a Nonfiction Summary More

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Make this into an anchor chart! This freebie is meant to help readers distinguish between retelling and summarizing fiction text. Why is that important? Retelling is great for sequencing skills and retaining information, however it requires a relatively low cognitive load. Summarizing, on the other hand, challenges readers to focus on the big picture, paraphrase the author's words, and determine which events are the most important to the overall theme of the book.

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somebody wanted but so then graphic organizer - Google Search

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Interactive summarize anchor chart