website gives specific books for whatever strategy you are teaching!

These books are good for reading comprehension. These books should be in the classroom library and could be read aloud to the class. These books will help with the connecting process of reading comprehension.

Mrs. Meacham's smartboard files...can be imported to promethean

I think I just found interactive white board heaven! Many, MANY notebook files in all curriculum areas! In casee I ever get a smart board.

ways we can partner talk anchor chart

Partner Talk Anchor Chart for Reading Notebook: Great for students to use as a reference chart when thinking about what to talk about with their partner during buddy read time. Of course I'd turn this into a cute anchor chart.

Check out this blog post for tons of excellent anchor charts!

Anchor Charts Galore

I LOVE a great anchor chart. Plus, leaving a lot of wall space to place the anchor charts throughout the year makes setting up the classroom super simple.

What the Teacher Wants!

Like this idea of writing down the dates that you teach each standard. Common Core {ELA} Checklist for grade! Other grade levels coming soon!

Teaching students to write long reading response off of sticky note that...

Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom: Workshop Wednesday: Response to Literature {FREEBIES!} Love this idea for getting students to add more detail/ description. Awesome for editing creative writing assignments

CAFE Strategy Cards FREEBIE from Down Under Teacher

CAFE Strategy Cards FREEBIE from Down Under Teacher. I know its supposed to be hand written but.

explain reading strategies to parents! I'm making class sets of these immediately!

Explain reading strategies to parents! This website is awesome. It has tons of posted lesson plans for all the reading strategies and also ready to print newsletters to parents explaining reading strategies

Compiled by Donna Sears and Linda Stewart, this is an UNBELIEVABLY comprehensive list of strategies that can be used throughout lessons, beginning, middle and end.  These strategies are meant to keep students interested, engaged and learning. EVERY teacher should have these handy in his/her planbook.

Show Me the Strategies, compiled by Donna Sears and Linda Stewart, is an UNBELIEVABLY comprehensive list of strategies that can be used throughout lessons. These strategies are meant to keep students interested, engaged and learning.

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