Plot anchor chart- getting the students to be concise in their summary while including the most important details.
Teaching Reading, Grade Reading, Anchor Charts, Classroom Reading, Summarizing Chart, Summarizing Anchor Chart, Teaching Summary, Summary Anchor Chart, 1St Grade
One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart-Fun way to compare similar stories
One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart... great 1st grade website
Great way to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart, another thing to make this summer!
Very Cool!! One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart
Summarization Anchor Chart - One of my favorite ways to teach summary!
Life in First Grade: Teaching summarization teaching-reading
Great way to teach summary.. Summary anchor chart
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Summarizing...anchor chart...easy way to break it up for students
summarizing anchor chart - Google Search
Summarizing...anchor chart? Fiction
I love this summary anchor chart!
I had an enchanted date with Mr. Sketch this afternoon. While both of my girls were sleeping (never happens, EVER!!!) I thought I would put my NEW markers to use. First quarter is almost over (eeek) and book reports are due. While correcting papers earlier (isn't my life is so exciting...) I noticed that my little darlings struggle to summarize. I did some searching on the internet and found the somebody/wanted/but/so/then method of summarizing and thought that would be PERFECT! Yay, can't wait to get this bad boy laminated! And while I had the markers out, I thought I might as well go ahead and work on a poster for helping the kiddos with fact vs opinion. In the election unit they are struggling with this concept. They are getting lost in their opinions and mistaking them for fact. I can't wait for this lesson on Monday and to hopefully see the improvement in their work. And while I had the markers handy I wanted to revamp my engaged learning poster. It was tired and old and I didn't staple it correctly (one staple per corner) so it was folding up. When I first put this up I thought it would be helpful and a good reminder but I honestly didn't know how much my kids would really refer to it. I can tell you we have conversations almost daily about it and what being engaged in learning looks like. The kids refer to it and feel so proud when they are engaged, yippy! Happy weekend, I hope you have a relaxing or productive day, which ever you need more :)
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Mrs. Crofts' Classroom: Summarizing Anchor Chart
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Summary Anchor Chart...i think all this is crap, but i need one for my evil new evaluation instrument.......which is a political document, and reminds me of the beginning of the spanish inquisition.....just saying...........
Summary Anchor Chart---link has great ideas to incorporate.
Summaries Anchor Chart- this actually makes a good T chart
Summaries Anchor Chart. Love the hand to help remember.
Narrative Summary Anchor Chart
Writing Summaries Anchor Chart
Summaries Anchor Chart...
summary: anchor chart
I may be a little strange, but I love teaching writing, especially when I have a group of little sponges like I do this year! I am so excited about the possibilities this year will bring and the improvements that I anticipate seeing in my students' writing! Already, I am seeing improvements that amaze me. Summarizing is such an important part of reading and writing that this has been one of my first lessons in writing the past couple of years. I try to correlate my writing lesson with the summary lessons that my teacher friends and I are doing in our 4th grade reading classes. We began our writing lesson by charting the definition and purpose of a summary. I also introduced the strategy: Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then. Next, I modeled how to write a summary of a book that all of the classes were familiar with. (I do.) The students created a summary chart in their writing journals. Then, we used our charts and our strategies, and together, we wrote a summary for the book, Chrysanthemum. (We do). Summarizing is one of the common core standards for 4th grade reading (RL 4.3), so we will continue writing summaries together throughout the year in reading and writing classes until students become more familiar with the process. On another note, "Whoohoo!" I am thrilled and amazed that I have reached 100 followers so quickly! Thank you so much to everyone who is following and reading my blog. When I set out on this adventure, I didn't know where it would take me, but I am having a ball! To celebrate, I will have a 100 Follower Giveaway on Friday along with my Fun Friday post. I have some sweet bloggy friends who will be offering some wonderful items to be given away, so don't miss this giveaway! It's going to be good! Laytoya at Flying into First Grade Miss Nelson at Run! Miss Nelson's Got the Camera Deborah at The Paper Maid Tara at 4th Grade Frolics Heather at Peacocks & Penguins So, don't forget to come back Friday! It will be a busy blogging day! We will be linking up for Fun Friday, so bring your favorite fun activity from the week and join in the fun and link up! You'll also be able to participate in this great giveaway! I can't wait to see you! In the meantime, check out Heather's fabulous giveaway at Peacocks and Penguins. Please let her know I sent you over! God bless!
Close Reading Anchor Chart
Teaching Reading, Reading Anchor Charts, Reading Ideas, Classroom Reading, Education Reading, Charts Ideas, Close Reading, Ela Reading, Grade Ela
Close Reading Anchor Chart...WONDERFUL SITE. WILL DEF VISIT AGAIN. LOVED HER HELPFUL CHARTS & ideas for my struggling readers & writers. Thank younger posting! Sincerely!!!
Close Reading Anchor Chart. Patterns of thinking about subjects/issues that should be applied beyond books.....but they are a very good start.
Close Reading Anchor Chart- I like the 'Within, Beyond, About' idea
Close Reading Anchor Chart -- adapt for nonfiction/text reading
Close Reading Anchor Chart If I ever get back to teaching...
Close Reading Anchor Chart Great if you use FP assessments
Like this idea -Close Reading Anchor Chart
Close Reading Anchor Chart - PERFECT!
Close Reading Anchor Chart --6-12
Character traits board
Book Display, Teaching Reading, Classroom Reading, Reading Ideas, Bulletin Boards
Character Traits Anchor Chart & Book Display
Reading - Character Traits anchor chart
I'm sitting in my backyard, sipping an orange soda, enjoying the breeze, and browsing Pinterest. Only 10 days left with my kiddos. Life is good. Time to share some Pinteresting finds... Here are some of my favorite newest pins for Reading ideas I LOVE foldables. This year I was a little wimpy and didn't use as many of them as I wanted to because I felt I never had enough time in a class period. But I firmly believe they make learning information more tangible and relate-able, so I hope to implement more of them next year. This is an AWESOME board for studying character traits. I love the idea of showing book covers with examples of the character traits listed. Definitely doing this next year. I am jumping on the sticky note bandwagon! I can't wait to implement them next year. Question for any sticky note users: do you supply the sticky notes or do your kids bring them in? Awesome idea for summarizing using the "Someone Wanted...But...So...." strategy. I *LOVE* Frindle and usually read it to my students at the beginning of each year to get them pumped about exploring vocabulary and digging into language. I always have them make up a new word and we put together a "class dictionary" but this form is cuter than mine :) Don't forget to link up tomorrow for Tricks of the Trade Thursdays
I love Pinterest and spend far too much time there. It is just so addicting! I am amazed at the wonderful ideas that I find, and for Ashley's Ten Pin Linky Party, the reading ideas on Pinterest are not disappointing. There are so many wonderful ideas! Be sure to check out everyone who linked up with Just Reed. Here are my 10 favorite reading idea pins: 1. I love all of the anchor charts on Pinterest, and this Author's Purpose chart is great! Source Unknown 2. I love this character traits bulletin board! Source: Unknown 3. I love Patricia Polacco's books, and I love this great anchor chart. 4. These bookmarks are super cute and would be great to make for the class. Source: Sixpenny on Etsy.com 5. This author spotlight bulletin board is great for motivating students to read! I want to make one this year! Source 4bblogspot.com 6. This is a fun activity that I do in my classroom to help students understand nonfiction text features. Source: http://teachingfourth.blogspot.com/ 7. Summary anchor chart 8. Character Reading Journal Entry: Source Teaching Fourth 9. Great reading bulletin board: Source: Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten 10. This vocabulary wall is one of my favorites: Source: My Heart Belongs in First Enjoy Pinterest and be blessed!
Anchor Chart for teaching transitions.
Writing Transition, Anchor Charts, Classroom Writing, Teaching Transition, Writing Idea, Transition Words Anchor Chart
This is an anchor chart I made with my students to teach transition words for writing. You will find a free graphic organizer and overview
Unfortunately, high school students still need this. Transition words anchor chart PLUS a free graphic organizer to go with it. Make it more mature, but they need this content.
STOPLIGHT!! Shut the FRONT DOOR!! : )Transition words anchor chart PLUS a free graphic organizer to go with it.
Transition words anchor chart PLUS a free graphic organizer to go with it. This is BRILLIANT!!! Can't wait to organize our list of transitions into this!!
Transition words anchor chart PLUS a free graphic organizer to go with it. Add to my traffic light organizer!
traffic light transition words anchor chart PLUS a free graphic organizer to go with it.
Traffic Light Transition Words Anchor Chart
Sequence WRITING Idea Anchor Chart
personal narrative anchor chart
Teaching Personal Narrative, Classroom Key, Free Personal, Small Moments Anchor Chart, Writing Narrative, Narrative Writing Anchor Chart, Writing Process Anchor Chart, Narrative Anchor Charts, Teachers College Anchor Charts
FREE personal narrative anchor chart ....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)
personal narrative anchor chart. NOW this is helpful for writing NARRATIVES!
personal narrative anchor chart http://www.janetcampbell.ca/
w.2.3 narrative writing. personal narrative anchor chart
a neat personal narrative anchor chart that I found
The Classroom Key: Personal Narrative anchor chart
Introducing personal narratives - anchor chart
personal narrative anchor chart...adapt.
Small moment anchor chart.
Anchor Chart- Summarization with BME
Teaching Reading, Grade Reading, Anchor Charts, Classroom Reading, Summarizing Anchor Chart, Beginning Middle End, Reading Writing
Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts I'm going to make a binder of all my anchor charts. What a great resource!
Describe the beginning, middle, and end of a story. Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts
Beginning- Middle- End #writing #scriptanalysis #anchorchart
Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts Beginning, middle, end
Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts Story Elements Poster
Anchor Charts: Beginning, Middle, End of Story
Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts. Reading!
great anchor chart for beginning, middle, end
Summarizing Anchor Chart
I need to do this for our home! We could use this so many different ways :)
Problem Solution Anchor Chart, Plot Anchor Chart, Story Map Anchor Chart, Anchor Charts, Theme Anchor Chart, Story Elements Anchor Chart, Anchor Chart For Theme, Summary Anchor Chart
Sticky Note Anchor Chart- Reuse over and over with read aloud books!
I love anchor charts! Especially ones I can reuse with the kids. :)
sticky notes anchor chart for story elements
Story elements anchor chart/theme chart
1..2..3.. Teach With Me: Anchor Charts
story elements anchor chart
Interactive anchor chart?
Basic anchor chart
Plot Anchor Chart
Teacher Trap: Understanding Characters
Character Trait Anchor Chart, Teaching Character, Teaching Reading, Grade Reading, Character Anchor Charts, Anchor Chart Character Traits, Anchor Charts Reading, Character Traits Anchor Charts
From 3 Secrets to Teaching Character Traits Emotions vs Traits Character Traits Anchor Chart
Character Traits: Resources, anchor charts, and ideas for teaching character traits!
Character Traits Anchor Chart: Emotions Vs. Traits
character anchor chart - Google Search
Anchor Chart: Character Traits
Character Traits Anchor Chart
Character Study Made Easy! Here's the 3 secrets of teaching character traits so that students really get it!
Readers use Think marks to show their thinking chart
Teaching Reading, Grade Reading, Anchor Charts, Classroom Reading, Teaching Ideas, Sticky Note, Reading Writing, School Reading
Thinkmark Anchor Chart #Teach #Teaching #English #Reading #Writing #Spelling #AnchorCharts #Charts
Great jumping off point for pre third grade reading
Anchor chart for using sticky notes while reading
Anchor Chart-teaching ideas
Hey there! It is Jessica from Hanging Out in First! I am back with you today and I am planning on sharing with you one of my favorite activities for my guided reading. I don't know about you, but I have so many students that do not realize that they have to THINK while they read. I think this is one of the most difficult things for students to learn. Students, especially the little guys, become so focused on decoding for sound that they forget to think about the text while they are reading. They get to the end of the page and have no idea what they just read! Even I am guilty of this "fake reading" from time to time. It is easy to do. So, how do we teach the kids that they have to THINK about the story? One of my favorite strategies is the THINKmark. I honestly cannot remember where I first learned about THINKmarks but I know that it has been several years ago now. THINKmarks are bookmarks that students can write on and make notes on about their reading. I spend a lot of time teaching students how to use these during our guided reading groups. Then students can continue to use them during independent reading. You can click on the picture above to hop over to my blog for a free copy of the THINKmarks. The first page includes four bookmarks on the page (you can copy them front to back for longer books). The second page has larger THINKmarks for your primary students that need more space for their writings and pictures. When teaching my kids to use THINKmarks, I have them stop reading every page or so to make a note about their reading (As students become better readers and better users of THINKmarks, they will not have to stop this often. They can use more of their own discretion with their note taking.) They write the page number that they are on. Then they decide what type of note they will be making. This fun anchor chart gives symbols that students can use to mark their notes with: (Disclaimer: This is not my anchor chart, but it sure looks good!) So, for example, if a student does not know what a word is on a page, they can make a note with a question mark followed by the word. This is such a great way to get students to be thinking about what they are reading. When my students finish the story, we look over the notes they have made and discuss any questions they have and any important things they have noticed from their reading. It also helps students to remember important details for when they are retelling a story! The website The Curriculum Corner has so many fantastic resources, but one of the resources that I use is actually the small bookmarks/anchor charts that they have with all of the symbols for students to use when making their notes. BTW: This can also be done with sticky notes!! =)
Life in First Grade: Main Idea Anchor Charts use this one!!
Reading Anchor, Reader, Grade Reading, Classroom Reading, Anchor Charts, Main Idea Detail, Grade Main, Language Arts, Grade Ela
main idea anchor chart- what a good reader does before, after and during reading to identify the main idea - Google Search
How to find the Main Idea - Before, during, after reading. #Anchor chart #Fiction #Main idea #Nonfiction #Reading
RL1.2 Life in First Grade: Main Idea Anchor Charts use this one!!
Main Idea Anchor Chart. Thank you Life in First Grade.main idea
Life in First Grade: Main Idea Anchor Charts
Cute writing anchor charts
Classroom Idea, Writing Anchor Chart, Writing Center, Language Art, Writing Poster, 1St Grade
#LanguageArts #AnchorCharts #WritersWorkshop This is a great "why writers write" chart to do with students.
Writing classroom ideas.... I should make a why writers write anchor chart. Good beginning to the unit.
writing anchor chart and good teaching ideas for beginning your writing center.
Why Writers Write Anchor Chart #WritersWorkshop #AnchorChart
1st grade writing chart
Cute writing poster!!!!
reading anchor chart
Reading Charts, Reading Response, Teaching Reading, Charts Reading, Reading Poster, Reading Anchor Charts, Classroom Reading, Classroom Ideas, School Reading
meta-cognitive approach to teaching reading? Possibly draw a brain and have this inside??
reading anchor chart - also good for partner reading conversation starters
Reading : Anchor Charts for wandering minds and eyes.
Daily 5 Anchor Charts - reading is thinking
Great reading response anchor chart!
for classroom- Reading is Thinking
Anchor Chart - reading responses
Response to Reading Chart
Summarizing Unit with Somebody-Wanted-But-So FREE:)
Teaching Reading, Anchor Charts, Reading Ideas, Teaching Summarizing, Summarizing Anchor Chart, Summarize Anchor Chart, Summary Anchor Chart, Reading Writing, School Reading
Somebody Wanted but so Organizer | Simply SWEET TEAching: Summarizing with Somebody-Wanted-But-So
Elementary Reading/Writing Summarizing with Somebody-Wanted-But-So
summarize anchor chart | summarizing | anchor charts and foldables
Simply SWEET TEAching: Summarizing with Somebody-Wanted-But-So
Simply SWEET TEAching - summarizing
summarizing poster: anchor chart
summarize anchor chart
Anchor Chart for Setting
Classroom Idea, Big Blue, Teaching Reading, Setting Anchor Charts, Reading Ideas, Reading Center, School Reading
setting chart http://lifeinfirstgrade1.blogspot.com/2011/09/big-blue-ox-and-more-reading-center.html
Life in First Grade: The Big Blue Ox and more Reading Center Pics
The Big Blue Ox and more Reading Center Pics
Big Blue Ox---Setting anchor chart
12 Power Words anchor chart.
Grade Language, Teaching Reading, Grade Reading, Language Art, Anchor Charts, Classroom Reading, Education Reading, Teaching Anchor
12 Power Words anchor chart. I use these in my objectives; This would be great next to my objective board to help students know what they were doing.
12 Power Words anchor chart. This would be cute as Language art bingo bell ringers!
12 Power Words anchor chart. Analyse needs to be re-phrased though.
12 Power Words anchor chart. Great for standardized test prep!
12 Power Words anchor chart. I especially love the boxes!
I love this anchor chart. It's got so many amazing words.
12 Power Words anchor chart (WS for the higher kids?)
12 Power Words Students Should Learn #vocabulary
12 Power Words anchor chart. "ACADEMIC LANGUAGE"
INSTRUCTION: explicit explanation of blending sounds. An Anchor chart is a great resource for students. As PRF suggests, explicit phonics instruction such as "blends" is necessary for student learning (13)
Reading Street, Grade Reading, Anchor Charts, First Grade Phonics, Word Work, Classroom Ideas, Reading Writing, 1St Grade, 2Nd Grade
Life in First Grade: Reading Street ideas. Cute, but I'd use 'meet the -Ed brothers' instead. Seems like 'Edie' might be confusing..
Teaching -ed next week. Will definitely make this anchor chart
use with Reading Street Story#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Life in First Grade: Reading Street--teaching suffix -ed
Great anchor chart for past tense "-ed"
Life in First Grade: Reading Street
Life in First Grade: phonics
"How do you spell...?" How many times a day do you hear that in your classroom? Teaching students to refer to wall cards, anchor charts along with explicit spelling instruction given during class time, students will begin to become better spellers. I believe we shouldn't just tell students how to spell words but give them resources to refer to while in class. This process holds students responsible to learning. Every classroom should have anchor charts, reference cards, and various wall displays. These are valuable to students. The more you refer to them on the wall the more they become active learners in the classroom. Here are a few great charts that I found for beginning spellers. At the bottom are a few of my own resources that you can check out too. The Inspired Apple Life in First Grade Glitzy in 1st Grade Sound Spelling Cards- Illustrated This packet of sound and spelling cards come in two sizes. Poster size for the wall and bulletin boards and 3x4 for small group instruction! As you can see they have the spelling pattern, picture and word included. What charts or resources do you use that are valuable that you can share? Comment below and give us your link.
Book Reviews Anchor Chart
Teaching Reading, Anchor Charts, Classroom Reading, Book Reviews, Book Talk, Reading Writing, Language Arts
ANCHOR CHARTS - Topics include: reading, writing, and classroom management. Seriously, thank you to all the teachers who contributed to this!
Book Reviews Anchor Chart! Love it, don't you hate reviews that either give away the ending or are excessively negative - Joey
Book Reviews Anchor Chart~excellent way to teach what makes a good Book Report!
Book Reviews Anchor Chart! We love this! | www.WhenIGrowUpBooks.com
Book Reviews teaching-reading-writing-language
anchor chart - the best book reviews have...
Book Reviews Anchor Chart #reading #writing
Book Reviews Anchor Chart by Cheryl Barrios
book review rubric = book talks
y anchor chart
Classroom Idea, Word Study, Teaching Reading, Anchor Charts, Teaching Ideas, Spelling Rule, Grade Phonics, 1St Grade
Cute anchor chart and easy way to remember which sound it makes when!
This is a cool anchor chart! #teaching #anchor #charts #word #study
PLEASE DO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!This is a cool anchor chart!
This is a cool anchor chart! Y is wanted for stealing! Lesson 28
different spelling rules to help students remember them
long i sound with y 1st grade - Google Search
anchor charts - Wanted poster for y
Life in First Grade: phonics
Classroom Anchor Charts