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Genre Study Anchor Charts

Genre Study Anchor Charts...both blank and already filled in (to make teaching it SO much easier) for 23 different fiction and non-fiction genres. Great for Reading Notebooks! $

Thanks again Pinterest! Took an example from a literary genre anchor chart on here & turned it into a "sort." I laminated the umbrellas & the sub-genres that fall under each "Fiction" & "non-fiction" & added VELCRO. Ill have the students "sort" through the sub genres & Velcro to the proper bigger "umbrella" genre." (3rd Grade-Florida)

FREE: Student minilesson sheet for reading focuses on archetypes, which I defined as a "character type that reoccurs in many stories." "Readers know that characters take on ROLES in stories. Common character types exist across different stories."...can be used in any literary genre (historical fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy, science fiction, etc.) Check out my blog for my archetypes minilesson lifeloveliteracy.blogspot.com http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Tarheelstate-Teacher

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Ultimate Literary Calendar: A Bookish Event for Every Day of the Year

may literary calendar

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The Guide to Keeping Up With Google

The Guide to Keeping Up With Google: Hashtags, Twitter, G+, Communities, Blogs and Channels You Should Follow | Shake Up Learning | www.shakeuplearning.com

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Which Literary Couple Are You And Your Significant Other?

Which Literary Couple Are You And Your Significant Other?

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Ultimate Literary Calendar: A Bookish Event for Every Day of the Year

January literary events.

Dystopian Books Timeline (@goodreads)

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The First Edition Covers of 25 Classic Books

The Trial (Kafka's original German title: Der Process, later as Der Prozess and Der Prozeß) is a novel written by Franz Kafka in 1914 and 1915 but not published until 1925. One of Kafka's best-known works, it tells the story of a man arrested and prosecuted by a remote, inaccessible authority, with the nature of his crime revealed to neither him nor the reader.

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Ultimate Literary Calendar: A Bookish Event for Every Day of the Year

November literary events

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Clever Literary Coffee Poster

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11 Incredible Tall Tales From The Old West

Martha Jane Canary (May 1, 1852 – August 1, 1903), better known as Calamity Jane, was an American frontierswoman and professional scout.