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Persuasive Writing - love this written, as it applies to modern and traditional!

Mrs. Clay English - Persuasive Writing

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Display for Teen Read Week. Seek the Unknown with fortune tellers. Fortune examples - Read a book from YASLA's Teen Top 10 list, Read a book with a zombie on the cover, & Watch an anime movie.

Charlotte's Web Library Display

Future Librarian Superhero: Charlotte's Web Display

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Interactive Notebook: grading rubric and table of contents I might use something like this for our Science Books!

Teaching Statistics: Made 4 Math Monday #8

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Simple File Sharing and Storage.

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Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks

Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks

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Helping Students See Themselves As Thinkers

12 Questions To Promote Self-Knowledge In Students

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2nd GRADE--Van Gogh Sunflowers. Can even have students grid own paper to do several flowers!

Reading Comprehension Strategies - Scholastic - This is a great resource when you're looking for explicit wording for your anchor charts.

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Middle School | Classroom Decorations | Reading Comprehension Colossal …

Bookmark for interactive notebooks...how perfect is this?

Science Notebooks | Kristen's Kindergarten

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Teaching With a Mountain View: Anchor Charts

Teaching With a Mountain View: Anchor Charts

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I'm Lovin Lit: Interactive Notebook Linky Party ~ Five for Friday!

Answering Textbook Questions...Put the question on the outside of flap, and kids answer on the inside.

Teaching in Room 6: Answering Textbook Questions...FUN!

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Reading Foldable- a summary of the story character traits for two characters (with supporting evidence) setting (both place and time - inferred from the story) a reflection based on the question, "How did the main character's feelings change throughout the story?" (they also had to include supporting evidence from the text).