Multiple readings process poster

Teach Your Child to Read - Anchor chart for close reading. Second Grade Nest: Close Reading in the Classroom Give Your Child a Head Start, and.

Anchor chart - helpful and to the point

Use Recount instead Retelling Anchor Chart. Good for kids who need to work intensively on basic reading skills. Paired, possibly, with visuals for kids with limited proficiency or processing issues.

Great way to present context clues.

What Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Vocabulary

What Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Vocabulary - The Classroom Key

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personal narratives - pinning as an idea for creating anchor charts for student projects in upper grades. I give my middle and high school students handout after handout, but having a chart like this might be helpful. by kendra

A Close Read poster for the classroom is great to guide students through the reading and writing process. This aligns with the Common Core ELA Standard 4.W.8 Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources; take notes and categorize information, and provide a list of sources

A Close Read poster for the classroom is great to guide students through the reading and writing process. This aligns with the Common Core ELA Standard Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digita

Love this! It can be kept up all year and changed with each novel!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Quick Write sentence starters

Great collection of anchor charts including this one with Novel Quick Write Response stems! Good center work idea after reading

Theme Anchor chart www.thelibbylou.blogspot.com by janelle

I have used THEMEssage to teach theme for ever! Love this Anchor Chart to go along with it. Theme Anchor chart and ideas for teaching theme

Life in First Grade: Pigeons, Skunks, Halloween, and Anchor Charts.pinned for Main Idea anchor chart

In fourth grade students should challenge themselves to further interpret texts to determine tone and mood. By evaluating tone and mood students can further their analysis and comprehension of a text. 4.RS.9. Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.

Today during Writer's Workshop, we added a bullet to our poetry anchor chart: tone & mood are established through the author's word choice.

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