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Higher order questions encourages higher order thinking

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Nonfiction note taking anchor chart created by Susan Besignano from Ardena School.

What do good readers do? Ideas from Lucy Calkins and Teacher's college

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This would be a great reminder and debate tool for my Freshman-Junior students!

Vocabulary Word Work for intermediate Daily 5

My English teacher said to write some example of 1st 2nd 3rd person so this is what I wrote !!!!

How to choose the right book

Teachingisagift: Figurative Language Bookmarks Manic Monday FREEBIE

i love everything about this lady's classroom set up!

Connection to the text .... anchor chart by...Finding JOY in 6th Grade: literacy

Close Reading- anchor chart for introduction to the unit (picture only)

Fiction vs. Nonfiction Text Features (from Stories By Storie)

It's important to note your understandings about a story before you read it, during your reading and after you read the story. You'll learn something new each time.

Creative Tuesday #5 ~ Think Marks as seen on Second Grade Squad www.secondgradesq...

My Sight Word Notebook {Fountas & Pinnell 100 word list} -- I have been using this as homework for many years. It is a great way for kids to practice their sight words at home. Just print and stick the paper inside their notebooks. $

Print for each child so you can easily make skill groups and see what you need to work on. a copy of Fountas and Pinnell's "Guide for Observing and Noting Reading Behaviors" checklist. I highlight skills and/or concepts with which the student is struggling and put a date next to it. This is helpful when meeting with students for individual conferences and when planning strategy group lessons.