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    Wrapping your head around Reading Rotations in the Upper Elementary Grades from Teaching in Room 6

    Teaching in Room 6

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    Citing Textual Evidence Chart from Roz Linder blog! Also included steps to incorportate into your classroom.

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    5th grade science anchor charts | Reading something enough times so you can understand it, explain it to ...

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    WeAreTeachers recently polled over 200 teachers about the best books in their classroom libraries, from their favorite read-alouds and fiction books to the top science, humor and poetry. Here’s what teachers of grades 6-8 had to say:

    We Are Teachers

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    Text Feature Scavenger Hunts - have students create an interactive anchor chart! Includes free download.

    Text Feature Scavenger Hunts - Teaching Made Practical

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    Really short, well known, popular short stories. Perfect for high school or middle school students, or for anyone who loves reading.

    Very Short Stories For High School

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    RACE POSTER {FREE} -Balanced Literacy, Writing, Reading Strategies 2nd, 3rd, 4th, Homeschool Curricula, Printables, Posters...Part of the Common Core requires that students answer text dependent questions by citing evidence from the text and explaining their evidence....This download includes 3 versions of the RACE poster that reminds students what to include in their written responses.

    RACE Poster {Free}

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    Character traits blog post! Full of great ideas and includes a freebie!

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    YoungTeacherLove: Each student is in charge of keeping track of a character during our read a loud. Great for a studying characters unit!

    Young Teacher Love: Character Study Part 1: The Westing Game

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    Somebody Wanted But Then So ... I've always done "So, Then" as the order but love the printable for the kids' writers' notebooks

    Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Monday Made It

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    Through the Keyhole Drawing Lesson Would be a great writing lesson, for a character study... peek into book character's bedroom

    Lessons from the K-12 Art Room: Outstanding Sketchbooks

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    Textmapping is a graphic organizer technique that can be used to teach reading comprehension and writing skills, study skills, and course content.

    Teaching My Friends!: Textmapping

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    Students use hash tags to practice one-word summary writing. Can use as quick check for understanding of events, people, or theories. What an outstanding strategy!! Could even use at the end of a lesson to put on exit slip.

    The Curly Classroom: I {Heart} Notebooks 2.0

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    Context Clues Anchor Chart (FREEBIE included!) for Anchors Away Monday

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    Adorable "Read like a Detective" Anchor Chart

    A walk in my shoes...: "Read like a Detective" Anchor Chart

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    The creepier the tale, the more middle school students love it. October is the perfect month to introduce middle school students to scary short stories. The 21 short stories below are perfect for H...

    21 Scary Halloween Short Stories For Middle School

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    Read like a Historian! Great way to bridge reading and social studies...with a little pizazz. (Check out the posters)

    Unit 1: Introduction | Stanford History Education Group

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    Pigeon: Impossible Wordless film. Great for inferring right from the get go...Infer the setting, the profession of the man, what might happen, character feelings based on actions and expressions...really good.

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    Why We Read Nonfiction~ Students use this layered flip chart identify different text structures. Beneath each one, students add examples from teacher or self-selected text. Great, adaptable idea from Life is Better Messy Anyway!

    Life is Better Messy Anyway: Nonfiction Matters!

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    Socratic Seminar for reading response

    Your Smarticles: Socratic Seminar

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    Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts Beginning Middle End VERY CUTE!!! <3 :)

    Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

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    Grow model for coaching

    one: Prepare yourself to be a Leader- Coach : The GROW Model

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    I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its. # Pin++ for Pinterest #

    I Teach. What's your super power?

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    Differences between Inference and Prediction. Excellent to use when introducing inferences. Students can tell what they know about predictions, and then learn about how inferenceing is different.

    The Difference Between Inference & Prediction

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    How To Play Sparkle in the Classroom - Light Bulbs and Laughter Blog

    How to Play Sparkle in the Classroom

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