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  • Amy

    Story element anchor chart

  • Jenny Frederich

    This graphic organizer is great for teaching students to summarize when a story has a strong problem and solution. To make it a more effective anchor chart, there should be a title and an explicit explanation of SUMMARIZING at the top.

  • Lisa Wiser

    Laminate and use a dry-erase marker on the sticky notes. Use for writing or summarizing narratives. (Post Its, Sticky Notes, English Language Arts, Anchor Chart, Grammar) ALSO use with story map characters, setting, etc

  • Rachel Ramey (Titus 2 Homemaker)

    Plot helper #composition #languagearts #writing

  • Allison Renkoski

    Summarizing: Love this anchor chart idea!

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