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    • Tammie Willis

      Teaching students how to answer short answer questions....this is a big challenge in 4th grade. @heyhamburger

    • Liana Shafer

      Anchor chart for teaching students how to answer short answer questions.

    • Athena Iliou

      test prep answering short answer questions using evidence from the text

    • Laura Fodge

      anchor chart for answering short answer questions

    • Alyssa Stewart

      Short Answer Questions: Test Prep Anchor Chart

    • Amy Jennings

      Answering Short answer questions- Anchor Chart

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