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ANCHOR CHARTS FOR PROCESS READING, BALANCED LITERACY, AND THE LITERATURE-BASED APPROACH TO TEACHING READING AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS.

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5 Steps for Teaching Reading Strategies in an Elementary Classroom Reading Strategies Posters, Reading Posters, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Writing Strategies, Kindergarten Reading Strategies, Reading Intervention Strategies, Guided Reading Questions, Close Reading Strategies, Reading Workshop
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5 Steps for Teaching Reading Strategies in an Elementary Classroom

Five Steps for Teaching Reading Strategies: This reading blog post shows how reading strategies can be taught in your classroom using reading strategy posters, guided reading instruction, independent practice with reading graphic organizers, and more! Reading strategies include visualizing, making connections, building background knowledge, asking questions, determining importance, monitoring comprehension, and synthesizing information.

Teach Your Child to Read - 16 Reading Strategies to Teach This Year, a great guide to have for planning literacy instruction and during small groups - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Comprehension Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Themes, Siop Strategies, Reading Strategies Posters, Close Reading Strategies, Teaching Literature, Guided Reading Groups, Instructional Strategies
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16 Reading Strategies to Teach This Year

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 This is often referred to as summarizing, retelling, or recounting the text. Writing Resources, Reading Strategies, Citing Text Evidence, Explanation Writing, 6th Grade Reading, Expository Writing, Writing Anchor Charts, Inference, Reading Workshop
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I have to EXPLAIN the text?

Students always hear that they should explain what they read. This is often referred to as summarizing, retelling, or recounting the text. It is important to

Interactive Anchor Charts for Teaching Text Structure (standard Teaching Science, Teaching Reading, Teaching Resources, School Tool, School Stuff, What Is Close Reading, Common Core Language Arts, Reading Posters, Text Structures
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Interactive Anchor Charts for Teaching Text Structure (standard 5)

Yesterday, I posted about the different types of text features that students will explore under standard 5. Today, I want to share a lesson that I like to do

Teaching Point of View to upper elementary students with a simple, sequential approach! First person, second person, third person limited, and third person omniscient. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Classes, Library Activities

Point of View Anchor Chart

Teaching Point of View to upper elementary students with a simple, sequential approach! First person, second person, third person limited, and third person omniscient.

Text features (Expository text) Anchor Chart from "Adventures of a Grade Teacher". Great to see teach adventures, these students will have a wonderful year! Expository Writing, Informational Writing, Teaching Writing, Informative Writing, Essay Writing, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Process, 5th Grade Writing Prompts, Teaching Ideas
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What We've Been Up To in Room 117

It is so hard to believe that yesterday started the beginning of the 3rd 6 weeks. Where has this year gone? I managed to somehow get everyt...

Teach Your Child To Read - Teach Your Child to Read - BTS essays ideas to keep in mind for those who Hate to Write Questions good readers ask - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. - Teach Your Child To Read Reading Lessons, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Math Lessons, Guided Reading, Reading Intervention Classroom, Reading Tips, Teaching Strategies

10 Questions - Close Reading

Teach Beyond “Just the Facts” This is a finished concept chart of question words. The visuals help show what each word is asking.This is a finished concept chart of question words. The visuals help show what each word is asking. Teaching Grammar, Teaching Reading, Teaching English, Teaching Kids, Guided Reading, Teaching Language Arts, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Literacy
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Charts That Teach Beyond “Just the Facts”

Genre and Concept Charts – Charts That Teach Beyond “Just the Facts” Routines were the main topic of our last post and aligned with the first section of our new book, Smarter Charts for Math,…

Reading Nonfiction Too Cool For School, School Stuff, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Anchor Charts, Information Literacy, Balanced Literacy, Readers Workshop, Teacher Tools
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Reading Nonfiction

 Judy Araujo, Reading Specialist has lessons for teaching each of these text structures to aid reading comprehension of nonfiction texts. Check out this whole web site when you have time! Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Math Lessons, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Resources, Reading Passages, Teaching Language Arts

Teaching Nonfiction Text Structures with Mentor Texts | Comprehension Connection

When I was a kid, I do not recall reading much nonfiction. In fact, I am not sure my teachers even taught me the difference between fiction and nonfiction, but since most of our students reading content is nonfiction, it’s URGENT that you spend time teaching kids how to read it and here’s how you ... Read More about Teaching Nonfiction Text Structures with Mentor Texts

Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts- Nonfiction Text Structures and other great charts Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Student Teaching, Learning, Nonfiction Text Features, Reading Anchor Charts, 4th Grade Reading
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Teaching My Friends!

I've seen this on a bunch of blogs and thought it would be fun to do. Most recently, I saw it on Farley's blog, Oh Boy, Fourth Grade! What a great blog by the way! You can make your own "Currently" from her template and join her linky party. I didn't join the linky party, but I see 173 blogs linked that I can't wait to check out. By the way, the only reason I didn't link is because I'm not exactly sure how. When I'm feeling better, I'm going to figure out how to do that. Anyway, I found…

This actually ties in ratios to mystery elements. She begins a mini-unit on mysteries! You could use a read aloud mystery, and throw in some elements of mystery as well. Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Art Lessons, Detective, The Westing Game

Ratios and Mysteries! - Teaching with a Mountain View

Sometimes I'm hesitant to post anchor charts because I don't have a ton of information or activities to go with them, but I thought I'd go for it anyway! These are two that we have done this week as we get started on our next units. In math, we are beginning to do some work ... Read more

character traits anchor chart, like the completeness of this by katharine Reading Lessons, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Guided Reading, Reading Goals, Close Reading
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Character Traits

Text Structures Anchor Chart Nonfiction Text Structure Signal Words- anchor chart focusing on informational text structures!Nonfiction Text Structure Signal Words- anchor chart focusing on informational text structures! Ela Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, 6th Grade Reading, Reading Lessons, Math Lessons, Informational Writing, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Creative Teaching
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Nonfiction Text Structures Anchor Chart

A blog full of tips, lessons, and ideas to use in the upper elementary classroom.

Teach Your Child to Read - Reading strategies - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teacher Resources, Reading Counts, Music Activities, 5th Grade Reading, Guided Reading

Reading Skills and Strategies Anchor Charts Bundle - For Distance Learning

reading strategies and skills mini anchor charts