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    • Angela McCully

      Summarizing framework--I love this idea to make sure the kids are comprehending the story. I know Eireland especially could use some help with this. She can read and read and read, but she retells books end, then beginning, then a detail or two from the middle. LOVE THIS!

    • Jill Tryner

      Summarizing framework--I love this idea to make sure the kids are comprehending the story.

    • Claudia Stein

      SWBST Graphic Organizer. This is good. I use it all the time with my 3rd graders.

    • Jessica Ferree

      Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher: Lets Sum It Up! SWBST Graphic Organizer

    • Brianna Baker

      Third Grade: Could do white boards of each section and have kids write

    • Kevin Andrea Patterson

      Adventures of the Polka-Dotted Teacher: Let's Sum It Up!

    • Kendra Wriston

      Lets Sum It Up! SWBST Graphic Organizer. Neat!

    • Heidi Hafer-Miertschin

      fab 5 summary- graphic organizer

    • Tiff Baker

      SWBST Graphic Organizer

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