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My February Top Ten List: Resources and Lessons for Fiction Reading

Teaching fictional texts

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Interactive Reading Journal

Great Interactive Reading Journal....Kid friendly and covers a TON of standards!

This resource is useful if your students need practice with including evidence from the text to support their answers. New state testing (SBAC in my state) requires students to include evidence to support their answers. This teaches kids how to include evidence in their answers.

This is a three week inferring/drawing conclusions unit that covers the guidelines of what inferring is in reading. This 29 page unit includes minilessons, materials, posters, anchor charts, and graphic organizers. These inferring graphic organizers can be used with many texts. Students will infer unknown words, inferring situations, poems, comics, fiction and nonfiction text. $

The Lesson Cloud: "Common Core Booster: Text-Based Answers" (Free Sample included from MsJordanReads)

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Non-Fiction Text Structures!


FREE! If you wish you had a few more generic worksheets that you could plug into any fiction or non-fiction book, this freebie preview pack could grant that wish for you!