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2nd Grade Anchor Charts: Students rate how they did in their centers.

This poster would be great to teach students about summarizing, as the NYS ELA Common core standards indicate : 4.RL.2 and 5.RL.2 asks students to summarize a text they have read. This poster can be a reference tool when students start summary writing.

I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its. Guided Reading groups? ** Great idea- will edit it for history stuff!

writing a summary with nonfiction - i like how they put an actual example on the poster

Great breakdown of how to summarize without overdoing it.... difficult for students of every age.

Great anchor chart for Summarizing. This 4th grade teacher has a ton of good ideas!

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Charts and Posters Everywhere! - When a Teacher Asks You to Summarize... (This blog has lots of great ideas)

Summarizing nonfiction texts - I like the way key vocabulary was used in this lesson.

Somebody Wanted But So Then method of summarizing. I love this board. Fill it in as a whole group then just tear off Post Its when you read a new text.

Summarizing Anchor Chart - could use incredible shrinking notes to summarize it even more.

Somebody wanted...but...so...then: At TpT, there is a helpful list of narratives that work well with this summary