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Reading History & Social Studies Graphic Organizers 6-12

Reading Nonfiction & Fiction Graphic Organizers Grades 6, 7, 8 - 95 graphic organizers to use with ANY text: articles, speech transcripts, textbook chapters, historical documents, novels, stories, poetry, etc.

Reading Nonfiction & Fiction Graphic Organizers Grades 6, 7, 8

Reading Nonfiction & Fiction Graphic Organizers Grades 6, 7, 8 - 95 graphic organizers to use with ANY text: articles, speech transcripts, textbook chapters, historical documents, novels, stories, poetry, etc.

A handout to help evaluate informational text structures found in the Common Core Reading Standards for Informational Texts for a high school English course. $

CCSS Reading Standards: Informational Text Resource (Grades 9-12)

evaluate informational text structures found in the Common Core Reading Standards for Informational Texts for a high school course.

How to Annotate Effectively | 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

Common Core Reading History and Social Studies Graphic Organizers for Grades 6-12 - They will work for any textbook passage or chapter, historical documents, speeches, articles, or other works of non-fiction. Just select an organizer for the standard/skills you want your students to practice. They are labeled clearly with each standard and all of the skills practiced.

Reading History & Social Studies Graphic Organizers 6-12

Common Core Reading History & Social Studies Graphic Organizers for grades - over 60 organizers to cover all the RH standards.

Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Biographies: Black History Month

The High-Tech Teacher: Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Biography Newspaper Project! I'm SO excited!

CLOSE READING QUESTIONS: NONFICTION ARTICLES COMMON CORE ALIGNED - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Close Reading Article Review Questions For Any NonFiction Text

Close reading: Article response (Use with any nonfiction piece) For middle and high school students.

Close Reading Current Events Organizer: I use this in my middle school science classes to teach disciplinary literacy skills and close reading of expository text. This same form could be adapted to social studies or math articles as well. This includes the student organizer and a brief lesson plan explaining how I teach with it/use it. I teach annotations of articles along with this as well. It is a great way to help students understand an author's central idea, a focus of the CCSS.

Close Reading Current Events Organizer: I use this in my middle school science classes to teach disciplinary literacy skills and close reading of expository text. This same form could be adapted to social studies or math articles as well. This includes the student organizer and a brief lesson plan explaining how I teach with it/use it. I teach annotations of articles along with this as well. It is a great way to help students understand an author's central idea, a focus of the CCSS.

These graphic organizers can be used for guided reading, class novels, independent, partner, and/or group novels. The common core standards are practiced while students are completing their reading. These worksheets can be used to teach, practice, and assess student understanding of the 11 important literary elements below:  Context Clues Setting Character (2) Theme Conflict Point of View  Plot Mood (2) Figurative Language (3) Symbolism Summary   Thinking While Reading Graphic Organizers for…

These graphic organizers can be used for guided reading, class novels, independent, partner, and/or group novels. The common core standards are pra.

36 Common Core Task Cards: Reading Literature Grades 9-12!  Based on Bloom's Taxonomy! $

Reading Literature Task Cards: Grades 9-12

Common Core ELA Writing: Unbiased/Objective Transitions for Summaries, Essays, News Writing

Common Core Tips: Using Transitional Words in Writing

You've Got Mail: What would the email inbox of a fictional character or historical figure look like? Who would they be getting email/SPAM from? Who would they be replying back to? A fun, creative activity.

Email Inbox Activity for Character or Historical Figure

You've Got Mail: Email Inbox Activity for Character or Historical Figure {Creative Critical Thinking Activity - this IS included in my literature resources bundles.

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