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TEXT TO WORLD CONNECTIONS. It's important that we are continuously making worldly connections to everything that we do in the classroom. We want our students to see how beneficial their academia is to their lives in the long run. Even a worksheet as simple as this can spark a lot of conversation, just simply when reading a book. - Kaitlyn Griep

This download makes a great poster for the classroom. it's a visual reminder for students

Text-to-Text Compare and Contrast Organizer

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Making Connections -- love these explanations on connecting text to self, other texts and the world around you.

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From Debbie Diller's blog Making connections anchor chart

Go Fourth! With Mrs. Owens: Making Connections (& A Freebie!)

This is perfect! How many times do kids just make random connections that get them away from the text instead of into it?

How to be a good reader. Diy homework help. Help students make connections & improve comprehension. Anchor chart for kids.

making connections...this is a pretty cool way to point out to the kids they need to connect to themselves, other text, or to their world! (And PLEASE, let it have some deeper meaning...)