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    Getting To Know A Character Anchor Chart and Notes FREEBIE.. Reading, Reading Strategies, Tools for Common Core Grade Levels 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th Outlines, Minilessons, Posters...Here are five main tips for students to understand any character in a story and develop a better understanding of the story.

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Close Reading Anchor Chart Understanding the Standards- breaking down each close read with the standards. Are you confused on how to implement close reading? Check out this post to get a CLEAR understanding of what close reading actually is. Understanding Close Reading: Part 1 - What is Close Reading? Young Teacher Love Blog

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Fresh ideas to add to your English/Language Arts classroom. #highschoolEnglish #middleschoolEnglish

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Great teacher created website for AP English Language and Composition.

Teach your middle and high school students all about annotating a text with this CCSS aligned annotation lesson for informational text.

Amazing article about at-risk youth and their favorite teachers, Why are they favorite teachers? They believe in their students.

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Good video to teach drawing conclusions/making inferences.

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Use to teach inferencing/drawing conclusions

Middle and High School English Lesson Plans-Vocabulary Activity

Really short, well known, popular short stories. Perfect for high school or middle school students, or for anyone who loves reading.

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