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    Responding to non-fiction

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    Responding to Non-fiction graphic organizer {free download}

    I love these anchor charts!

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    Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

    Fiction and Nonfiction Main Idea anchor chart (picture only)

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    Non-Fiction Features Pack! This pack will help you tremendously in helping your students successfully read nonfiction. $

    Working 4 the Classroom..... We are working on organizing narrative text! (Anchor Chart + Student Printable)

    Nonfiction is an important aspect in literature that is easily overlooked. Expose your students to non fiction, teach them the fun behind it! A poster like this is a good way to introduce, and remind them of the contents in a non fiction work.

    Anchor Charts fiction vs. non

    100 ways to say "Bad".

    100 Ways to Say "Great!" Poster – WriteAtHome Posters

    100 Ways to Say "Bad" Poster – WriteAtHome Posters

    Expository Text Anchor Chart

    Stamina Definition

    Making this for my high school classroom for the beginning of the year to do SSR right from the start!

    Require students to respond to text using this "Levels of Thinking" board. Post-it embellishments decorate each level. Perfect for Readers' Notebooks, too!

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    A Nonfiction Summary Anchor Chart

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