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Reading and Writing Ideas (ELA)

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Reading and Writing Ideas (ELA)

Reading and Writing Ideas (ELA)

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Assessing using Fountas and Pinnell reading behaviors... from an article by Beth Newingham

Assessment in My Reading Workshop |

Teaching students to write long reading response off of sticky note ...maybe use sticky as the main idea sentence and they give details or supporting details from that...

These are good frames for students to use when having discussions in class.

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 Blog

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

Love To Teach | Character Web | Teacher, Student, and Parent Resources

Preparing Our Reader's Notebooks for Book Clubs...come check out what we did to get ready for our higher level discussion groups! We start tomorrow!

Reading Responses - Non-Fiction

Reading Strategies (Older Kids)

WJ SJ2 Reading strategies poster | BetterLesson

Book Circles story board. Picture only, but I love this!

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First Grade Wow: I traveled through some fairy tales and found--- Fairy Tale writing with {Free} craft templates! So cute

First Grade Wow: I traveled through some fairy tales and found...

When students are in book buddies, here's some ideas for helping them discuss their books.

» Reading 2C Deep Discoverers

How to Tackle a Long Text Anchor Chart. This is a great anchor chart to help students with test taking!

The Scoop at School (The Good Life)

A frog in your throat. This site has tons of idiom pics!!

A frog in your throat - Worth1000 Contests

Show Dont Tell in your writing

writing prompts

Create●Teach●Share: Daily 5


really really like this!! word work/writing workshop

Standards Based 6-Traits Writing Elements (revising/editing)

Writing activities

Two Can Do It: Write-O

Get organized for Running Records! Makes running records so much easier!

Conversations in Literacy: Running Records

Fake Reading vs Real Reading Anchor Chart

Head Over Heels For Teaching

Reading Center activities that are low-maintenance, and can be paired with almost any text. Read more here...

One Stop Teacher Shop: No-Fuss Literacy Centers!

Fabulous in Fourth!: Similes and metaphors...with student activity

Fabulous in Fourth!: Figurative Language

Similes and Metaphors

Kids describe themselves with similes

This is an 18 question worksheet that focuses on similes and metaphors. Students are required to identify each statement as either a simile or a metaphor. $

Figurative Language - Similes and Metaphors