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This pack of graphic organizers will guide your students to practice essential reading strategies that good readers use, including: -summarizing using the "somebody-wanted-but-then-finally" strategy -making text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections -asking thin and thick questions -retelling -predicting using evidence from the text

Summarizing/ could use to sum up an art lesson. A quick exit quiz for checking retention of info

Somebody Wanted But So Then - Summarizing Worksheet - it has the option to illustrate OR write it... free on tpt

Activating/Summarizing strategy or Writing activity

aaaaah i cant believe you just posted this!!!! @lauren G This can help me with my group of readers that i work with that need help summarizing! pinterest is all over our shit this evening!

Somebody...wanted...but...so. Without connecting to this to some form of text or other activity, this goes against what this reading was about. When students are done, the sentence itself may make sense, but it does not have any real life connection for them.

Somebody Wanted But So Graphic Organizer

summarizing; great for my short story unit. @Shaula Zúñiga Shaffer Sarah Chintomby Parnell

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This graphic organizer offers a new spin on a familiar writing and summarizing strategy. It's somebody-wanted-but-so on steroids!

organizer for summarizing a biography

One Happy Teacher: Fun Freebies The next is a graphic organizer that I typed for my students to use with the Someone, Wanted, But, So, Then Summarizing Strategy. I was introduced to this strategy by Kathy Bumgardner (kbumreading.com/) six or so years ago and it's the best thing I've found to help my students summarize fiction stories.