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Language Arts

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Inference (poor lighting)

Standard One of the Common Core for all grades is all about showing the evidence! This is a great Anchor Chart for Textual Evidence Sentence Starters

Textual Evidence | Kristi Hancock

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HAUNTED HOUSE FOR SALE - DESCRIPTIVE WRITING PROJECT. This is creative project to encourage the use of adjectives in students' writing. Guide the students through the process of composing a descriptive paragraph to "sell" a Haunted House. I culminate the activity with an art project to display with the finished writing product. It makes a fun bulletin board.

HAUNTED HOUSE FOR SALE - DESCRIPTIVE WRITING PROJECT

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Useful graphic organizer to help students build an argument.

Teacher Resources

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Opinion Writing

I "Mustache" Your Opinion (An Opinion Writing Unit)

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Metacognition and Real Reading anchor chart (dead pin)

First Grade Brain Sprinkles

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What Would the Characters in the Book You're Reading Post as their Facebook Status.

Close Reading

THEME Anchor Chart

Range of emotions chart list | Tone and Mood Vocabulary Chart

Tone and Mood Vocabulary Chart

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Predictions and Inferences Differences

Transition words!

Classroom Magic: Blog On Fire

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Run-on Sentences; I think this actually addresses compound sentences better.

Author's Purpose anchor chart

The Book Bug: Dictionary Skills $

The Book Bug: Dictionary Skills

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informational writing anchor chart | The Expository Writing Process Anchor Chart

Reading/English/la

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Do for each novel you read

Mrs. Meyer's Minutes

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Plot Anchor Chart

Following My Heart to First Grade: October 2012

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Inside the Brain of a Struggling Reader

We Are Teachers

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Bloom's Taxonomy Ladders. This teacher's sets cost money. However, as an educator who is equipped with knowledge in theory, you could make your own!

"Show Not Tell" Anchor chart from a 2nd grade writing unit about fairy tales. The fairy tale heading, “In a land far, far away…” leads right into the purpose for the chart, “We show not tell feelings.” Then they include an example that uses a vivid vocabulary word, petrified, to describe how the character feels.

Anchor Chart Ideas - Adverbs Part 1/2

Here's an idea: Anchor Chart Ideas - Adverbs Part 1/2

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I read bulletin board

Text Structures Anchor Chart with Free Staggered Flip Organizer

Text Structures

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Who/Whom

How and why to use whom in a sentence - The Oatmeal

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