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Where do readers read? Anchor Chart do with students first week! I've always done this in list form, but I love the web!

Fluency 2- This easy to read fluency chart allows students to know how they should be reading. I would use this in the classroom as a check list that the students can check off each step as they complete them. It just constantly keeps students thinking about their fluency as they read.

Sarah's Reader Map...I LOVE this! A big hit with my kiddos last year!

Daily 5 Board idea! Then they can move it as they go! Might be alot of work, but might help them follow it.

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Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts Self Monitoring

They do mini lesson on a reading skill/behaviour/strategy that will help students be better readers. Then students do the fab4 (read to self, read to buddy, listen to reading, write about your reading). Followed by share circle where the first students who share their reading thoughts are those who applied the day's mini lesson. They also say they do a mini share between each of the fab4 times.

A Teacher's Touch: Reader's Workshop Anchor Chart Ideas

"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.

using post its chart for "readers think about the story while reading/talk with others about the book"