Use these during guided reading and teacher groups. Includes comprehension cards, character elements, fiction and non-fiction feature cards, Post-Its, bloom's buttons and reading strategy cards!
Adding Student Evidence Pieces to Reading Response Learning Goals
LOVE these scaffolded reading response goals - my students' responses have grown so much from the beginning of the year.
What is a summary?
How fabulous is this! Weekly Reading Record with Comprehension Activities for each night FREEBIE
Story Elements: Characters; Setting; Plot ... http://media-cache-ec3.pinimg.com/originals/7a/36/ad/7a36ad4c223d949da345d8e6dfe70713.jpg
This shared reading chart is great for teachers and students. Teachers can use this guide to assist them when planning their students weekly lessons and activities. Students can use the chart as a reminder of what "good readers" do before, during, and after reading.
Plotting Help. How characters change and must deal with consequences.
Questions to ask yourself, while reading!!! Anchor Chart to Make!
great anchor chart for theme
BIG IDEA - Anchor Chart - This needs a graphic organizer to go along with the explicit explanation. I like the "common topics" section of this poster for students to reference.
RAP response to literature
close reading evidence posters for ALL students! Meant for primary students--- our older students could use this too!
Great anchor chart for learning critical thinking skills while reading!
Five mini-lessons to teach theme. (Part of a larger article on teaching your students to identify themes in their reading.)
Free Printable Coloring Page Bookmarks | bydawnnicole.com
This is another chart to help students learn to make inferences.
Four-Star Reading Responses - Use an anchor chart to show students the difference between a 1-star response and a 4-star response!
Literature Circles are the way to go with the new common core!! Teaching Fashionista: literature circles.
The Classroom Key: Taking the Rocket Science out of Close Reading:
Engaging read aloud to help students find evidence in text (main idea and details)
Blog post on Upper Elementary Snapshots about Finding Details and Writing Summaries. She uses a non-fiction text for this lesson. There are examples, anchor charts, and a product (someone else's) advertised. There is also a link to a free article. Focused on fourth grade.
main idea details anchor chart and graphic organizer from The Kaleidoscope Classroom on TeachersNotebook.com - (2 pages) - anchor chart for main idea and details, includes a graphic organizer for student use
FREEBIE: How to find the main idea of a text anchor chart. TeacherKarma.com
Main Idea Anchor Chart - Anchor Charts Galore - blog post with LOTS of great anchor chart