Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Mentor Texts. Get inspired and try out new things.
Need to help bring text structure to life for your students? Check out these unique mentor texts that I've picked out just for you!
steph williams saved to TEACHING
Learn how to start effectively using mentor texts for writer's workshop to help boost all of your kindergarten, first garde, and second grade students.
Check out the top 10 storybooks for opinion writing. These picture books are perfect for teaching persuasive writing to elementary students!
Have you been searching for a quick reference of texts to support you in teaching comprehension skills? I have researched and gathered some of my top Mentor Texts to Teach Comprehension Strategies. These texts can be used to teach skills such as: Main Idea, Summary, Context Clues, Character Traits, Setting, Cause and Effect, Inference, Drawing Conclusions, Predictions, Timeline of Events, Generalizations, Fact and Opinion, Connections, Author’s Purpose. #readingcomprehension…
Britni Johnson saved to 5th Grade Classroom
Summarizing, such a significant reading strategy and useful life skill! Think of how many times a day you summarize! Do you ever answer questions like this in your everyday life… What did you do today? How was your weekend? What happened last week on this show, I forget? What did you get at the grocery […]
Christina Keeney saved to Education
Find an extensive list of primary Mentor Texts for Common Core Literature Standards to help compliment your lessons in the classroom.
Jana McGilvery saved to 3rd Grade Journeys/Reading
Making inferences is a skill that comes naturally to most students and they don’t even realize how or why it helps them. Kids can look at someone crying with a dropped ice cream cone on the ground next to them and know they are sad because their ice cream cone fell. Kids are naturally great […]
Karen Voy saved to Cool School
Use these opinion writing picture books to introduce opinion writing or investigate specific components of opinion writing. FREE Anchor Chart!
Finding the theme or central message can be challenging for upper elementary students. This post is full of teaching ideas and activities you can use in your classroom tomorrow! #3rdgradereading #centralmessage #theme #4thgradereading #5thgradereading #upperelementaryreading #mentortexts
Looking for similar mentor texts to help your upper elementary students make meaningful Text to Text Connections? This post has lots of quality picture book pairs you can use for mini-lessons in reading workshop or guided reading! Using books to model this reading strategy helps your students compare and contrast texts and increases their reading comprehension. Text to Text Connections are also great for class discussions! Click on the link to find out more!
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