Personal Narrative Anchor Chart
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This is a FREE pdf file containing a picture of the interactive notes. There are two different practice worksheets included which require the students to use their notes. I have included a differentiated version of both the interactive notes and the practice worksheets for students with special needs. I used this with my all of my 5th graders and it was a huge success. Joy of Teaching - mrsjoyhall.com
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Use a Twitter Tweet as a fun way to assess reading comprehension for any content area. Use as exit slips or quick reviews. Students love to "tweet" as characters or historical figures. They can also create a Twitter profile (shown in pic). Download includes 5 pages of handouts/directions. FREE!
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Easy formative assessment take on sticky note reading responses. From Cheryl's Classroom Tips blog. Make the question interchangeable and assign students a numbered box location on the chart to always place their sticky note. Great idea!