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    Step In! Step Out! - Teaching students to analyze a story by "stepping in" and "stepping out."

    Great Step-by-step anchor chart for citing evidence and making inferences.

    Teaching Conventions-Love this book

    FREE Reading Comprehension Printable Die~ Students have fun rolling the die, and then pointing out key details from a piece of literature. After reading a story, kids get in a group, roll the die, and answer it. This activity will help them look for key details and familiarize them with important components in a story. Easy, fun idea from E is for Explore!

    What Feelings Are In Your Heart: An Art Therapy Exercise

    A step to step guide - How to write your own letter - From Writer's Toolbox #writing

    Teaching Students to Ask Questions Before, During, and After Reading with This Is Not My Hat. Great blog post!

    What to Do When Your Child Can't Remember What He Reads | easy comprehension strategies | @Scholastic

    Sticky Note Bookmarks--Great way for students to faux annotate while they read books.

    Progress Monitoring vs. monitoring progress Lots of great forms here

    Guide your students step-by-step through the process of writing a 5-paragraph essay. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.1 Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information. {Grades 4-8} $

    27 Ways to Greet Students

    The Teaching Thief: books

    Using Sticky Notes In the Classroom

    Pass it on...--This would be good for teaching themes of a story.

    Freebie! TONS of reminder notes for students!! ....Follow for "too-neat-not-to-keep" fun & free teaching stuff :)

    Teaching students to write long reading response off of sticky note that...

    Comprehension strategies

    Free Types of Conflict Chart: Students analyze the conflict in the story.

    Daily / Weekly Behavior Log. Could try this and send home in Friday Folders have parents sign and return. Parents are aware of how students are behaving.