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Reading Workshop

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Blog Post - Fifth Grade FREEBIES - Even big kids need shared reading! It's the perfect way to model/practice comprehension strategies, summarizing and build oral fluency. The best part is that it only takes 10-15 minutes a day. #wildaboutfifthgrade #fifthgradefreebies

Reading Passport

Guidelines for Critical Thinking (Rubric) Use when reading informational texts

Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised

Close Reading Anchor Chart

Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten: This & That

Discussion tables. Pick a passage from a book you are reading {read aloud, book club book, etc.} and glue it to the center of bulletin board paper and have the students write their thoughts about the passage and respond to their classmates.

Flocabulary - Educational Hip-Hop. This was a great lesson on teaching how to write a thesis.

Characteristics for a reader with stamina.

Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning

Foreshadowing Anchor Chart

Using a photo to build a story... so many possibilities - from teaching inferences, to story elements, to cause and effect, fact or opinion, main idea. I think this could easily be used throughout elementary school

Teaching With a Mountain View: Tell Me a Story Tuesday

Shelf Talkers: students complete shelf talker to recommend a book. Model with first classroom read aloud. Shelf talker must contain: title of book, author, color, eye-catching illustration, persuasive language, and teaser summary of book giving setting, character(s), problem, plot preview, description of author's style.

good anchor charts here

Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts

List Of Tones And Moods

Bring your read alouds to life! Do something fun to get students involved in the book.

Secondgradealicious: End of the School Year Part 2!

Poster: 50 Scrumdiddlyumptious Ways to Celebrate Roald Dahl Day - Sept 13th

Close reading of a text to find character traits. Then showcasing those traits with quotes from the story.

Teaching in Room 6: Close Reading: Characterization

12 Ways to Motivate Reluctant Readers

Corkboard Connections: 12 Ways to Motivate Reluctant Readers

Education to the Core: Bright Ideas: Integrating Writer's Workshop Into Your Reading Block

middle school LA anchor charts and a cool blog

Simply the Middle: July 2012

5th Grade Language Arts: Reader's Theater lesson

Literacy activities by the genres

Today's blog post with a great "tool" to add to your teaching toolbox...easy to do and powerful for students. Get them responding to reading AND to each other!

3rd Grade Thoughts: Daily 5: Launching Read to Self

3rd Grade Thoughts: Daily 5: Launching Read to Self

Visible thinking- use evidence from the text to support either side of the argument.

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View