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    Reading Response Questions

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    Hundreds of FREE short passages for students in grades 5-12, organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers. www.CommonLit.org

    CommonLit

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    Make taking guided reading notes super easy with this free printable.

    Guided Reading Notes - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

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    Traditional Literature Folktales Interactive Tab Book with

    Traditional Literature Folktales Interactive Tab Book with QR Codes

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    I LOVE this worksheet. It makes the student actually think about what happened. It would be good as a "pop" assignment on the reading they were supposed to do as homework. I probably would not use it much if at all because I feel that older students dont take worksheets like this seriously. If i did use it I would maybe change the layout and design of it.

    Free Graphic Organizers for Teaching Literature and Reading

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    Fourth grade reading worksheet

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    Teaching Author's Purpose in Upper Elementary... Increasing the Rigor. This post includes free PIE'ED posters (persuade, inform, entertain, explain, describe) and 5 free test prep passages!

    Author's Purpose in Upper Elementary... Increasing the Rigor

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    Great anecdotal checklist of Guided Reading strategies- easy to use and incorporates a *ton* of reader behaviors!

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    Robert Frost was a master of language. Your student will explore Frost's use of figurative language in "The Road Not Taken" in this worksheet. It's appropriate for Common Core Standards for Reading Literature for 7th grade. Other grades may also find it helpful.

    The Road Not Taken | 7th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheet

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    SERIOUSLY, how have I never heard of this website before? This site is FULL of wonderful interactive reading strategy games...

    WPSU Education - Blue Ribbon Readers

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    Figurative Language Scavenger Hunt Through Text + a FREE printable pack for figurative language | This Reading Mama

    Figurative Language Scavenger Hunt through Text

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    FREE Poem for Martin Luther King, JR. Great for the UPPER grades! Students use close reading strategies to discuss and write about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Martin Luther King Jr. Poem AND Close Read!

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    Dr. Martin Luther King Common Core Aligned - Nonfiction (Excellent Text Features Handout). Excellent to use the second week in January, leading up to MLK Day on January 18, 2016.

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Literacy Unit for MLK Day

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    I LOVE this free project for teaching students character conflict and character analysis using authentic texts!

    Teaching With a Mountain View: Character Project for ANY Novel!

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    Every 4th - 8th grade language arts teacher must-have!! Great anchor chart PLUS a freebie!

    Root Words

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    4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary

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    A great round-up of figurative language activities for ANY students. And they're all FREE!

    Figurative Language Round Up - Hojo's Teaching Adventures

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    Got to Teach!: Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies

    Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies

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    Great Idea for students to work with nonfiction text. All you need is file folders and nonfiction readers!

    Ms. Winston's Blog: Nonfiction File Folder Project

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    B's Book Love : How and Why to Use Word Walls with Older Students

    How and Why to Use Word Walls with Older Students

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    Character Traits Anchor Chart! Help students make sense of physical traits and personality traits when analyzing a character.

    Character Traits

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    Dr. Martin Luther King Common Core Aligned - Nonfiction (Excellent Text Features Handout). Excellent to use the second week in January, leading up to MLK Day on January 19, 2014.

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Literacy Unit for MLK Day

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    Reader's Notebook Anchor Charts- at your students' fingertips✏️

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    FREE Story Skills / Story Elements

    Story Skills / Story Elements

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