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Week 4: "Realistic Fiction" Anchor Chart

For teaching: 1. sensory details 2. genre: realistic fiction 3. writing: collecting memories

Realistic Fiction Writing Unit Lucy Calkins Unit 4[1]

Realistic Fiction Writing Unit Lucy Calkins Unit 4[1]

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elements of realistic fiction - Google Search

Elements of Realistic Fiction - Kims Korner for Teacher Talk

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Contemporary Realistic Fiction #5

Realistic Fiction Interactive Chart

Realistic Fiction Chart

Realistic Fiction Writing Unit Lucy Calkins Unit 4[1]

Realistic Fiction Writing Unit Lucy Calkins Unit 4[1]

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Realistic Fiction Elements Students refer to anchor chart during writer's workshop

Realistic Fiction Genre TicTacToe Board Extension Activities

This is a great narrative writing graphic organizer because it helps students start thinking of what they are going to write or describe.

Realistic Fiction Graphic Organizers. Not paying for this but i can make my own in Word from looking at this idea :)

Week 2: Strategies for Starting a Realistic Fiction Story Anchor Chart. "Leads for elementary realistic fiction"

Anchor chart to help students show feelings in their writing rather than just tell - using face, body and voice clues.

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My Life as a Third Grade Teacher: Realistic Fiction, Government, and Smelly Markers

I would use this when showing students how to think critically while they are reading their realistic fiction books as well as any books they read for the rest of the year.

12/9/11 by Deborah Wiles / Realistic Fiction / 5 Stars (I want to read everything that Deborah Wiles writes.)

When I Was Five / Contemporary-Realistic Fiction