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Reading Comprehension Strategies - Scholastic - This is a great resource when you're looking for explicit wording for your anchor charts.

Reading Comprehension Strategies - Scholastic - This is a great resource when you're looking for explicit wording for your anchor charts.

Guided Reading Question Cards: Questions to ask BEFORE, DURING, & AFTER reading.  {Also includes editable template!}

Guided Reading Question Cards: Questions to ask BEFORE, DURING, & AFTER reading. {Also includes editable template!}

Reading anchor chart: Post-its make you smart (when used thoughtfully) - maybe this could be a growing anchor chart throughout the first quarter as we go through various comprehension strategies? Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Reading anchor chart: Post-its make you smart (when used thoughtfully) - maybe this could be a growing anchor chart throughout the first quarter as we go through various comprehension strategies? Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The trick is to not use them in their stereotypical way. Ex: "A hard knot clutched at her throat as the little orphan mewed closer, a dirty hand outstretched."

The trick is to not use them in their stereotypical way. Ex: "A hard knot clutched at her throat as the little orphan mewed closer, a dirty hand outstretched."

Read Aloud Log // students follow along in a book as I read aloud or as an audiobook plays. At the end the of the Shared Reading time, my students stop and fill our one of these boxes per day.  Each day focuses on a different reading strategy, like making predictions, making connections, describing setting or characters, etc. // It keeps the kids accountable AND talking about the book!

Read Aloud Log // students follow along in a book as I read aloud or as an audiobook plays. At the end the of the Shared Reading time, my students stop and fill our one of these boxes per day. Each day focuses on a different reading strategy, like making predictions, making connections, describing setting or characters, etc. // It keeps the kids accountable AND talking about the book!

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