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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!

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

Teaching Fourth: Summary Poster/100 Followers!

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.

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

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

Anchor chart for answering written response questions - definitely need something like this in my room.