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It's All About Evidence: Graphic Organizers for Grades 5-9

These fun organizers focus on two literacy skills: #1 Key Ideas and Details (e.g. close reading, summarizing) and #2 Integration of Knowledge (e.g. evaluating claims, extracting evidence). #strugglingreaders ~ Available at TpT.

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Free reading comprehension passage: A Ruby Bridges worksheet

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Reading Strategies that Work!

Explicitly Teaching Reading Strategies To Your Students

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5 ways to encourage your upper elementary to middle school students to enhance fluency.

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This bookmark is the perfect tool for your students to use as they practice questioning during their independent reading. Enjoy!

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Article of the Week Program: Student-Led, CHOICE Non-Fiction

NO PREP version of an Article of the Week program! Let students choose and present their articles to the class; incorporate choice and ownership of non-fiction!

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Analyzing Author's Point of View in a Non-Fiction Text: Video Games and Violence

Are you looking for a thought-provoking and real-world topic that will engage your students in critical thinking while they analyze a non-fiction text to determine the author’s point of view? Look no further than this Analyzing Author’s Point of View activity that centers around an non-fiction article, “Video Games and Violence: Is There a Link?”.

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Close Reading and Fluency Practice | FDR & The Great Depression

Everything you need for close reading and fluency practice in grades 4-8. Includes leveled nonfiction reading passages and student responding pages with text-dependent questions.

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Summarizing Text in the Primary Classroom

Helping students understand how to summarize text can be a struggle. These suggestions will guide your students to retell a non-fiction text in their own words.

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