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  • Kathy Etheridge

    Ten Pin Linky- Reading Ideas AND Win, Loss, Cost New Linky, Bloglovin

  • Dawn Wessling

    From Techy Teacher Blog

  • Marlee Kuluras-Evans

    schema to use when learning about text to self Also a link to other cool teacher stuff

  • Jamie Morris

    "Good readers ACTIVATE (throw your hands in the air) their SCHEMA (put your hands on your head) to understand what they READ (open hands like a book). Our SCHEMA (put your hands on your head) GROWS (use arms to show expanding) and CHANGES (roll arms in a circle)."

  • Shannon Campolieta

    Schema Anchor Chart

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A great way to access prior knowledge and see what need to be clarified when starting new topics. For younger classes, the teacher can write ideas up. For older classes, students can write on the chart or write on sticky notes! Great to keep up with over the years and see what similarities you have with students' ideals

I hear the word "schema" all day long. In literacy, if you don't know the answer...a safe bet would be "schema"

schema, new learning, misconceptions - another version of a KWL chart. I like this version because it also includes what misconceptions the students had before the reading. :)

Schema Anchor Chart and a lesson on schema using The Great Kapok Tree

predicting vocabulary anchor chart, I think I am going to be using more anchor charts this year! I am getting addicted to them:)..

Schema anchor chart-our mental filing cabinet

anchor chart - schema (with children's book example)

I taught my students actions to go along with this chart.... "Good readers ACTIVATE (throw your hands in the air) their SCHEMA (put your hands on your head) to understand what they READ (open hands like a book). Our SCHEMA (put your hands on your head) GROWS (use arms to show expanding) and CHANGES (roll arms in a circle)."

Schema. Will keep this on hand for next time I teach about inferences and drawing conclusions.