My English teacher in High School had a similar chart to remind us what we should be looking for while we read.
I use this at my writing station for Daily 5. The kids love it! Roll a Story great for teaching how to make interesting elements in a story. Love this for those kids who are stuck on what to write about!
FREE Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Sorting Activity from Laura Candler's Teaching Resources
Nancy's comprehension and written response strategies give teachers the first-tier Response-to-Intervention (RTI) help they need to get students off to a great start! Your intermediate students may be able to orally explain what they read, but can they write a logical, thorough, and well-elaborated response to text? This professional resource shows you how to teach written response as an expository piece, with a sequence of explicit instruction for both narrative and expository literature.
Free digital download for teaching inferencing - There are printable bookmarks for students to write their understanding of making inferences while they are reading. There are also full page worksheets that can be used. These resources work great during independent reading time or center work. They can also be used in guided reading strategy groups.
This pack includes fun, hands on activities and games for teaching the digraph ‘th’. These activities are great for individual or small group work. $ www.teacherspayte...