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  • Cathy Randazzo Peterson

    Teach students to note details in a story by getting to know the character. Here are five main tips for students to understand any character in a story and develop a better understanding of the story. This download includes the following: - Black and white anchor chart pieces - Black and white printable notes for students Visit me at www.kinderloves.blogspot.com to see how I used this in my classroom!

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