Using transition words and phrases to teach sentence fluency anchor chart

Anchor Charts: A Story Map of Learning

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What students identified as "Discussion Sparks" and "Discussion Killers" in small group reading discussions.

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Characteristics for a reader with stamina.

Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning

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Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Literacy

Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Literacy

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Literature Group Discussion anchor chart

Life in 4B...: literature discussion groups

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The Adventures of Rm. 103! - Reading Workshop Student reading rights and responsibilities

The Adventures of Rm. 103! - Reading Workshop

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What helps my brain grow? Anchor Chart

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Reading Independently Anchor Chart

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All Things Upper Elementary: Response to Reading ANSWER method

All Things Upper Elementary: Response to Reading ANSWER method

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Anchor: Peer Feedback/Accountable Talk | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Questions good readers ask

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What Good Readers Look Like

Evolution of Anchor Charts

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Literacy anchor charts. I love this model of showing students how to think as they read.

My Tales of a Fourth Grade Teacher: Blogger Failure

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Anchor Chart on Accountable Talk to Produce Academic Conversation in the Upper Elementary Classroom

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FES blog - Growth Mindset anchor chart in my classroom (inspired by Developing Growth Mindsets in the Inspiring Classroom). Based on things I've heard my kids say… WOW. This is AMAZING!

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Common Core Standard 4 for all grades is Word Play. Simple anchor chart for how to get kids thinking about vocabulary in context. See lesson that accompanies this chart on rozlinder.com

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Meaningful Conversations poster from Dr. TNo's classroom

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Summarizing

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Setting the stage for novels using an author study!

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This pin shows an example of fourth grade students learning what they should sticky note when they read. This is a great idea for older elementary students who read independently. I think students will like writing on the sticky notes because they are usually used by adults.

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The difference between Your and You're in English

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How to answer Common Core short-response questions {Click the image for useful tips for teaching this skill}

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Content Note Taking

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New Bloom's Poster for your classroom!

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INDEPENDENT READING: Standard 1: Knowledge of Literacy- 1.3 Develop reading comprehension and promotion of independent reading including: • Literary response and analysis. -Independent Reading Response Anchor Charts

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