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How do you hook your readers? - anchor chart. I'd love to see this turned into a class built resource, where students add examples from the literature they've read throughout the year. Maybe over time, they'll create new categories!

"Hook Your Reader" Anchor Chart. Can adapt it to any age or classroom subject and use examples from the literature your students will be reading.

Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: interactive student notebook

I love this entry about creating writer's workshop anchor charts. She also talks about reading Click Clack Moo to talk about why we write. I need to do this lesson in the first few weeks of school!

Ideas for partner talk hand out or anchor chart.

I love this idea. I'm going to put it on my Smartboard during silent reading for now, until I can take pictures of my own kids reading and make my own : )

Writing anchor charts. This is something that can be done as a classroom activity where student's brainstorm these ideas or look through mentor texts to see what tools published author's use. Posting the list on the wall can help student's when they begin writing a piece.

Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts Self Monitoring

This chart is from Jackie Chabot's 5th grade classroom at the Hubbardston Center School. It helps her students understand how to record their thinking while reading.

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An anchor chart for reader's workshop!

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Might use to encourage my struggling readers that they CAN read and there is reading opportunities everywhere.