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Could be used for teaching students quality commentibg skills - Higher Order questioning for students to ask each other

To start or continue a discussion. hold students accountable for their answers and opinions.love this for teaching how to discuss books in reading workshop, great anchor chart!

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story... Accountable Talk anchor chart

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story. Accountable Talk anchor chart I love the images to match the phrase!

How to respond to what you read - great prompts to encourage critical reading. Also like the idea of allowing students to "quick respond" to the prompts with sticky notes! Could encourage brainstorming and classroom collaboration during a class reading unit. www.teachthis.com.au

Anchor Charts

Independent Reading Response Anchor Charts : The sticky notes next to it are continuations of the response for differentiation for kids who need a little extra help.for those needing a little extra boost in their thinking, they can grab a sticky note.

I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for Our Kids

I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for Our Kids (Hardcover)

One day, third-grade teacher Kyle Schwartz asked her students to fill-in-the-blank in this sentence: "I wish my teacher knew _____." The results astounded her. Some answers were humorous, others were

Opinion Starters

Opinion sentence starters- I would create a chart displaying these sentence starters for opinion writing pieces, then refer to these when modeling how to write an opinion piece. Students could use these to start their opinion writing piece.

Bookmarks: language for classroom collaboration. Use these to help your students communicate with groups, patterns, or whole class discussion. 21st century skills.

Bookmarks: language for classroom collaboration. Helping students communicate with groups, patterns, or whole class discussion.

Close Reading Anchor Chart -redo using my tree/leaf example @Starla Uhles Van Winkle Harlow  @Hanna Andersson DeForest  this looks like a primary friendly version to close reading...

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Close Reading Anchor Chart -redo using my tree/leaf example Uhles Van Winkle Uhles Van Winkle Harlow Cochran-Smith Bew DeForest this looks like a primary friendly version to close reading.

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Task Develop guidelines for success - I think the group work expectations chart would be helpful at the beginning of the year because it gets student to see what the teacher is expecting of them through out the school year.

Working on CCSS speaking and listening standards

Turn and Talk Anchor Chart- Modeling, practicing, and hanging an anchor chart related to "turn & talk" will help students know expectations for literacy discussions. Turn and Talk gives all students an opportunity to have a voice.

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