Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies. This project is so simple, and you can do it with any novel. This example is for Where the Red Fern Grows.

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies

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Character Growth Timeline-plus this blog post has helpful teaching tips

Literacy & Math Ideas

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FREE close reading planning page

Taking the Rocket Science out of Close Reading - The Classroom Key

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Informational text Interactive Notebook for grades 7-12!

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Anchor chart for writing long off of post its

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Learning to write a summary can be a tricky skill for students. It is not always easy to pick the appropriate information to include. One way I help my students write a summary is with google docs. Click here to learn more.

Teaching Students to Summarize with Google Docs

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Students will learn in this tutorial when and how to use an in-text citation. They'll also practice putting some together. Robin Hood may be involved.

In-text Citations for Middle School Students

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The Thinker Builder: What's the Common Thread? A Reading Strategy

What's the Common Thread? A Reading Strategy

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Point of View Anchor Chart for Reading Notebook, Anchor Charts at your students' fingertips, Grades 3-5

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Elements of a Story Anchor Chart for Reading Notebook, Anchor Charts at your students' fingertips, Grades 3-5

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Giving Students Choices with Informational Text- great freebie for doing this!!

Giving Choices with Informational Text & A Freebie!

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Close Reading Anchor Chart Understanding the Standards- breaking down each close read with the standards. Are you confused on how to implement close reading? Check out this post to get a CLEAR understanding of what close reading actually is. Understanding Close Reading: Part 1 - What is Close Reading? Young Teacher Love Blog

Understanding Close Reading: Part 1 - What is Close Reading?

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Celebrate March Madness in the classroom by using the free web app Kahoot to host a book tournament. Set up book brackets and vote with Kahoot. Learn more.

Using Kahoot to host a Book Tournament - Erintegration

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Four-Star Reading Responses - Use an anchor chart to show students the difference between a 1-star response and a 4-star response!

Four-Star Reading Responses

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Questioning the Text Activity- Miniature Anchor Chart and Readers Ask Questions for Post It notes freebie

What's In The Bag??

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Reasons Nonreaders Don't Read — and How to Change Their Minds - excellent article.

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We read books and then created book trailers using Movie Maker! There were so many standards met in this engaging reading (technology) project! Read about it and get the free download (with Rubric) to get started!!

Creating Book Trailers in the Classroom

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Guided reading strategy called "Say Something" allows teachers to see how students are thinking about their texts. Additionally, it provides students w/a tool to help them express their ideas about reading in meaningful ways.

Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: GIVEAWAY, Say Something, Fire Anniversary

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Strategies for Reading Longer words - includes link to download free poster.

Strategies for Reading Longer Words

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Great comprehension strategies for students who read fluently but don't have good comprehension

The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - December 2012

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10 Must Make Anchor Charts for Reading

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The Elementary Entourage: Making the Most of Small Group Instruction {with The Learning Chambers}

Making the Most of Small Group Instruction {with The Learning Chambers}

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Why I love the book Strategies That Work and FREE posters for your classroom!

Reading Strategies that Work!

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The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: "Me as a Reader" Learn about setting meaningful reading goals with your students.

Learning, Thinking, Creating: "Me as a Reader"

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Journals are a great way to get students to write, but they are a pain to grade! And there's the catch--if you don't grade them, they stop putting forth any effort. That's where this journal check rubric helps. It's a quick way for teachers to fly through checking journals, while providing more feedback than just a check. This is especially useful for high school and middle school teachers who can easily have over 100 journals to grade at any given time.

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