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A Literate Life - Anchor Charts

Great chart for developing self-esteem in the classroom.

Instead of just having a book talk I think this is a great idea to get students to keep going with a book talk through the use of a helpful poster.

Higher Order questioning for students to ask each other...I wasn't able to find it on the blog, but it's easy to read here. This would be great to copy for reading notebooks!

Would You Rather? book talks - with handout

Pink teaches that autonomy has to do with people being accountable for their work. This is a good exercise to make students realize that they are accountable for assumptions they make from the text.

I strongly believe in cooperative learning and will incorporating lots of partner and group work into my teaching. I think it is important that students know how to talk to one another during partner work though. This provides great examples of questions and sentence prompts that could be used during partner work.

Ideas for partner talk hand out or anchor chart.

Materials: Brown lunch bag, Brown Bag Book Club template, popcorn Make snack time educational. Have student fill out their Brown Bag Book Club form. This form tells the characters, setting, main idea, and authors purpose. Pair students up to discuss their book.

How do readers know they understand? (Anchor Chart)