After covering the elements of nonfiction, I moved onto story elements. I chose to focus on characters, setting, problem, solution, plot, and theme. This is the anchor chart I used to introduce the concepts. The pictures I used on the anchor chart can be found at: http://www.teachingblogaddict.com/2012/08/teacher-featurea-year-of-many-firsts.html. Students glued a copy of the anchor chart into their reader's notebooks under the tab "charts." This way students could refer to the chart anytime…
Compare and Contrast two Holidays. Easy way to help cement the concept. I like this for comparing different Missouri cities or famous Missourians
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Close Reading Anchor Chart -redo using my tree/leaf example @Starla Uhles Van Winkle Harlow @Hanna Andersson DeForest this looks like a primary friendly version to close reading...