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  • Tori Johnson

    make this sign and hangs it above her students during guided reading. It reminds them that they need to JUSTIFY their thinking and opinons! "Because..." is an important part of thinking!

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    Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised

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I have the students do this weekly and created a scoring Guide for it! The thinking when reading that is taking place is awesome! The thinking stems hel kids and parents equally! Love it -l. Elliott

Silly sentence project complete! I can't wait to use this for my word work stations.

To make this game, you'll need to print out two game boards and then write the 12 different times two times each on the foam shapes or your own cards (so you'll have 2 sets of 12 times for a total of 24 digital times) AND you need to write "Time is Up!" on 5 shapes/cards. Students work in pairs to play and one partner pulls out a digital time and places it on the matching clock on their board.

I'm not sure why I still have to say this. Maybe a poster & cute saying will help them remember.

"if a child struggles with ___, then....." :: Hello Literacy: RTI: "If, Then" Reading Interventions Menu # Pin++ for Pinterest #

What can I say to myself to help me learn and live well... - Philadelphia, PA, United States, ASCD EDge Blog post - A Professional Networking Community for Educators

FREE! An idea to get students thinking deeply about their reading.

Guided Reading Reminder/Help Slips The reminder slips are designed for teachers to use during their guided reading sessions with individuals. At the end of the guided reading session or just after the student has read an instructional text, use the appropriate slip by ripping it off and slipping it inside your student's reader.$

Use this free set of free reading strategy task cards to help your students practice these important skills. Students can answer on notebook paper and use the included recording sheet to keep track of the cards they have completed. Another option is to use these orally in small groups.