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Somebody Wanted But So Then method of summarizing. I love this board. Fill it in as a whole group then just tear off Post Its when you read a new text.

Today we made a "Gimme 5" summary togetherI had given them handouts similar to the chart paper pictured, and they recorded the details on the hand while I was reading. When I was done the chapter, groups created a Gimme 5 summary on chart paper.

Great anchor chart for Summarizing. This 4th grade teacher has a ton of good ideas!

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Charts and Posters Everywhere! - When a Teacher Asks You to Summarize... (This blog has lots of great ideas)

I can summarize: Somebody, wanted, but, so, then

2nd Grade with Mrs. Wade: Anchor Charts Change the fingers to "somebody wanted but so then"

Some of the reading organizers i saw earlier would go great with this.

I modeled this one after the retell chart. My kids are summarizing every couple pages during buddy reading.

Comprehension Strategies...Questions to Help Kids Understand What They Are Reading. Great list for read alouds or independent reading

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Nonfiction Summaries

Strategy bookmark! This reminds me of Matt Miller's literacy class! Too bad it's for primary...