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Parts of Speech Anchor Chart. This is a song I teach my students. (Notre Dame Fight Song)

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Having Fun With Fluency! Part 2

"Said" is Dead - You might notice that your readers may start to point out other types of punctuation now that you've made them aware of it. Great! Work on quotation marks next, and ask students to change their voice to sound like the characters. Linking this lesson back to tracking the moods in the story may be helpful. Just switch out moods with character traits and evidence. You may also want to draw attention to certain words in the text that describe the way in which the characters…

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Anchor Chart Eye Candy!

Great chart for teaching nouns. I like how specific this chart is and how many ideas that it gives for each person, place and thing. In my classroom, I would do this as a class think aloud and put students examples on the chart.

RL 10 prepare the title then add the text in the thought bubbles with your class as a discussion Reading is Thinking anchor chart by The Pinspired Teacher http://thepinspiredteacher.blogspot.com/