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How to Tackle a Long Text Anchor Chart. This is a great anchor chart to help students with test taking!

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How to Tackle a Long Text Anchor Chart. This is a great anchor chart to help students with long texts and test taking!

Fake Reading vs Real Reading... a great anchor chart from Head Over Heels For Teaching (blog)

25 Anchor Charts That Nail Reading Comprehension

I would use this "Fake Reading vs Real Reading" chart as a model to talk with my students about expectations during Independent Reading Time.

Theme Anchor chart and ideas for teaching theme

I have used THEMEssage to teach theme for ever! Love this Anchor Chart to go along with it. Theme Anchor chart and ideas for teaching theme

Reading Strategies, but don't use 'Stretchy Snake' etc

First Grade Fairytales: Ten Pin Linky: Reading Ideas & GIVEAWAY reminder! Anchor chart/Decoding Strategies all in one place.

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Anchor Charts Galore!

Teach Your Child To Read - Here are some of the top tips, tricks, ideas, strategies, for teaching first grade and the first grade classroom. - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader!

Fake Reading vs Real Reading... a great anchor chart from Head Over Heels For Teaching (blog):

Teach Your Child to Read - Fake Reading vs. Real Reading: Plus 20 Additional Anchor Charts to Teach Reading Comprehension - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Launching Reader's Workshop {Guidelines  Expectations} Anchor Chart... from Eat Teach Love Laugh (blog)

Week After watching videos about reader's workshops for this week, I found "Launching Reader's Workshop {Guidelines Expectations} Anchor Chart.

I thought I would create a page and just post the anchor charts I have used!  I will add new ones as I use them. I will probably change them...

Character Traits (FAST: Feelings, Actions, Sayings, Thoughts) from Confessions of a Fourth Grade Teacher: My Anchor Charts!

Wonderful anchor chart idea to get students to ask more questions. Using this chart, teachers are able to show students the importance of asking questions to learn more or to get clarity on a new topic. This chart also gives students the chance to practice their questioning skills, which is an important part of inquiry.

questioning strategy: This would be a neat display to have in the classroom to encourage students to ask questions about things they are curious about. Asking lots of questions helps students clarify their thoughts.

I just like the idea of having a frame around anchor charts!

This is a poster from a first grade classroom, but I think that it could be used across any elementary (and probably beyond) room. It encourages readers to make literary connections.

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