• Lindsay Newby

    Summarizing Anchor Chart!

  • Paige Hiffernan

    Summarizing - Anchor Chart - 2nd Grade. This would be great for standard IA.1. This would be great for teaching the second graders how to summarize and this will help you as a teacher make sure the students are understanding how to comprehend.

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Anchor Chart - Comprehension Think Aloud - Questioning - This lesson was used in a second grade classroom. We read If the Shoe Fits by Alan and Suzanne Osmond.

Visualizing - Think Aloud - Comprehension Lesson - Fireflies by Julie Brinckloe - Anchor Chart - I used this in a second grade classroom. We practiced visualizing the jar throughout the book.

Narrative Elements - Anchor Chart - Identify the setting, main characters, problem, and solution. Then, write a brief summary using beginning, middle, and end.

Questioning Anchor Chart - "An Angel for Solomon Singer"

Text to World Connections - Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - Comprehension - used in a 2nd grade classroom

Visualizing - Comprehension Lesson - Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - Thinking Stems - Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak - This lesson was used in a first grade classroom.

Making Text to Text Connections - Anchor Chart with Thinking Stems - Comprehension - 3 Little Pigs vs. 3 Little Wolves - 2nd Grade

Making Text to Text Connections Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - Comprehension Lesson - Three Little Pigs vs. The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig by Eugene Trivizas - I used this in a second grade classroom. We began by summarizing the classic version of The Three Little Pigs.

Summarizing - Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - Comprehension Lesson - First Grade - Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann - Somebody Wanted But So Then Graphic Organizer

Making Connections - Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - Comprehension Lesson - Old Cricket by Lisa Wheeler - I used this in a 2nd grade classroom. They loved the book!

Questioning Anchor Chart - Comprehension - Think Aloud - I used Sylvester and the Magic Pebble by William Steig to complete this lesson in a 2nd grade classroom.

Anchor Chart Tip: Use highlighter tape to mark your stopping points. Then use the sticky notes to write down what you plan to write into the anchor chart. This really helps me to stay on-track when delivering a lesson. Plus, the highlighter tape is a great visual tool for students to use as a signal that a stopping point is coming up.

Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - Comprehension Strategy Questioning - Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst - I used This lesson in a first grade classroom. They loved the book!

Anchor Chart - Think Aloud - 2nd Grade - Cinderella Bigfoot by Mike Thaler - This is the anchor chart after the lesson was completed. The graphic organizer was blank. Great book... funny!

Making Connections Anchor chart: Roxaboxen by Alice McLerran

Good readers make inferences. We used this anchor chart and practiced making inferences using pictures. We're setting the foundation for future think aloud lessons. This chart is not finished. We had several more pictures to work through.

Reading Comprehension Strategies - Scholastic - This is a great resource when you're looking for explicit wording for your anchor charts.

Think Aloud - Anchor Chart - Questioning - Comprehension - That New Animal by Emily Jenkins

Anchor Chart - Determining Importance - Comprehension Strategies - Think Aloud - The Great Kapok Tree - Lynne Cherry - I used this think aloud in a second grade classroom.

I like the sticky notes on this inferring anchor chart. However, the anchor chart needs some clear explanation of the strategy above.