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Getting Started with Metacognition: Strategies for Thinking about what you're Thinking and Reading -- plus great book titles to practice on!

Online Reading Comprehension Software Programs from Gemm Learning

Quick Write sentence starters

Quick Write sentence starters

great anchor charts for extended reading responses and also novel response quick write starters (LOVE this idea for group novels - each student gets to pick the stem to respond to)

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

Am I Really Done? Anchor Charts These anchor charts from real classrooms will help inspire you to create charts with your students that give them a voice in classroom management this school year.

Also know as asking "juicy" questions vs simple.

Thick & Thin questions: great strategy for teaching students that have difficulty with answering questions! I find these thin an thick questions valuable for my grade 2 class. It helps students really think deeply about a topic.

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I use this record sheet with a metacognition lesson. I got the idea from the book "Comprehension Connections" by Tanny McGregor. After teaching a concrete lesson, I have the kids choose a children's picture book and a partner. They will read the book and pause to do their thinking.

I use this record sheet with a metacognition lesson. I got the idea from the book "Comprehension Connections" by Tanny McGregor.

"Said" is Dead!  I think I like this better than my trash can words!

Not sure I'd use this title for my anchor chart, but it's great to build descriptive writing "Said is Dead".Encourage descriptive writing with these alternatives to "said".

This would be great as an anchor chart and as a small version in a books of reading strategies the kids can use.

Great cause and effect visual. Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts

Thinking Marks for Reading. I love these!

Hello I created this for my students at the end of creating our handmade chart to reinforce all of the marks that we make as a class. Students use whatever color sticky note they want as a think mark. I may also used a laminiated sticky note and marker

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