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One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart

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Metacognition and Real Reading anchor chart.

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Reading Salad

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Reading chains: For middle school, you could have a chain for each class. Have precut strips of paper in different colors for each class. Every time a student finishes a book, they can write their name, title and author of the book on a strip and attach it to their class chain. Perhaps the class with the longest chain at the end of the year could get some type of reward.

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The language of thinking...metacognition

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Point of View reading interactive notebook, CCSS, poster

This is a great poster for the classroom to help students remember the different types of point of view. It goes into a brief description of and person point of view.

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Point of View reading interactive notebook, CCSS, poster

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Reward Coupons, Bonus Points & Punch Cards for Classroom Management

Super easy classroom management tool! No more treasure box! Use a pocket chart to display behavior reward cards. Easy to grab and reward when a student earns one! $$ These are from Jason's Online Classroom and they come with bonus point cards, classroom rewards punch cards AND classroom activity reward cards! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Classroom-Management-Bundle-Reward-Cards-Punch-Cards-Bonus-Points-Cards-667217

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"Book Bits": a Fun Pre-reading Activity for The Giver

Excellent pre reading activity to do with your class for The Giver!

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This would be such a great drama activity!

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Retell Rope. Original idea from The Daily CAFE. classroom

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