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  • Laurie Griffith

    4th grade - Teaching visualization by copying a passage onto chart paper and using highlighter tape to show phrases that help you visualize. Kids loved getting to use the tape!

  • Erin Papcsik

    Comprehension - Visualizing Copy a passage onto chart paper and use highlighter tape to show phrases that make a picture in the reader's mind. Kids love to use the tape!

  • Liz Swarczewski

    Teaching visualization by copying a passage onto chart paper and using highlighter tape to show phrases that help you visualize. Kids loved getting to use the tape! - Or use smart board highlighting!

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