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    Context Clues anchor chart

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    Tales from a First Year Teacher blog

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    Tales from a First Year Teacher: It's about time! Charts, charts, and more charts...will be helpful with my first year of teaching

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  • Tara Hiramatsu

    This is a really good blog that has strategies to support ELL students.

  • Whitney Johnson

    Week 2: Context Clue Strategies (Tales from a First Year Teacher)

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Context Clues Poster - I would definitely have this in my classroom when teaching context clues.

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This packet includes fun activities that can be added to the printables you probably already have such as a brief case lap book and task cards. $

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Context Clues - Context Clues Printables offer print and go, common core aligned, context clues activities for 3rd-5th grade. This context clues product includes four instructional pages, 4 pages of multiple choice questions, 4 pages of fill in the blank pages, and 2 pages of stories followed by printables that ask students to define underlined words (and also look them up in the dictionary to check for accuracy). ALL sheets do have a corresponding Answer Key as well.

Vocabulary- but beware! This is not the only strategy. Many texts are inconsiderate and don't give context clues that kids can use. Must teach kids to be flexible. Use context based along with other strategies

Context Clues put up during instruction. Refer to it often. Have students enter it into their literature journals. Have students refer to it often, as well.