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literature circles-ideas for book clubs...click to see "role" place cards and bookmarks

Put a little spin on your guided reading.literature circles rubric- this is the way I was taught to teach ela!

Literature Circle Resources FREE from The Curriculum Corner | Book Clubs

Getting Started with Literature Circles

The Reader's Notebook | Scholastic.

Readers workshop rubric-for some of my friends who teach a little older, maybe

This anchor chart can be put into student's reader notebooks for reference during partner read time.  It can also be used during literature circles...

This free anchor chart can be put into student's reader notebooks for reference during partner read time. It can also be used during literature circles.

Close Reading Guide for Annotation

The goal of close reading is to gradually release responsibility to students, a shift from the teacher modeling close reading strategies to students employing strategies independently. The role of the teacher is to make these strategies visible to student

CER Strategy -- Claim, Evidence, Reasoning Writing Organizer

CER Strategy -- Claim, Evidence, Reasoning Writing Organizer

Ideas for teaching reading in the upper grades

I thought I'd share some things today that may help you with the way you teach reading in the upper grades. If nothing else, I have some pri.

The BFG by Roald Dahl: word-match activity. A word-match activity that looks at some of the quirky vocabulary used in The BFG.

A resource with a match up activity from words Roald Dahl made up in The BFG. Don't necessarily have to be teaching The BFG, it's a nice introduction Roald Dahl.

Literature circle resources (middle or high school)

Literature Circles

Literature circle resources (middle or high school) lots of graphic organizers for reading response

One of my teachers in high school taught us something similar to this. Good way to teach students to think analytically about texts

"Article of the Week" One of my teachers in high school taught us something similar to this. Good way to teach students to think analytically about texts

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