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    I love to use this during guided reading or with pairs of students. We use this before reading to review, during reading, and after reading. Please note that this is part of a characterization packet filled with activities you can use with any story or book. If you are interested, check out the packet in my store. Thanks!

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    Five posters for nonfiction text structures: Description, Problem and Solution, Cause and Effect, Order and Sequence, Compare and Contrast. It also contains a foldable (both labeled and blank) with instructions and notes for writing in foldables. The notes are consistent with the information given on the posters.

    Comprehension Strategies: Questions to ask before, during, and after reading to help kids monitor how well they understand what they are reading.

    Freebie for Close Reading. Great tool to use as a reference!

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    cause and effect chain. What a great visual for students to SEE cause and effect.

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    Three Ways to Annotate: 1) Code reading assignments with your favorite graphic codes. 2) Tag text with a purpose by using color-coded Post-Its. 3) Use academic response stems to interact with the writer/reporter/author. **Annotating helps struggling readers to focus and proficient readers to log ideas for essays. The annotation tools pictured are available on TpT.

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    Reading Response Questions Cards.... great for whole group questions and reading response... plot, author, setting, mood, character, and more! $ Great to have on hand every day!