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Laminate and use a dry-erase marker on the "sticky notes". Use for writing or summarizing narratives. GREAT IDEA!

Can't teach "connections" but if they are able to cite evidence from the text that made them make the connection...Then I could use this.

This is a great idea for a poster to put up in your classroom to discuss with the students how to think when reading. It covers 6 ways to think while reading; summarize, question, connect, infer, visualize, and predict. I would make this poster and put it up in my classroom to help model thinking and guide my students thinking process while reading.

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Community Post: 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

We're Big on Evidence | 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

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Reading Comprehension Bookmarks

Comprehension Skills & Reading Strategies Bookmarks Printable - help students monitor their comprehension and use academic language to ask and answer questions about the text. The bookmarks include graphics organizers and vocabulary in addition to sentence frames for both prompts and responses | Perfect for English learners | ELL | ESL | Teaching Reading | Teaching Comprehension | Reading Education | ELL Education

Free Printables for Guided Reading: Running Records, Anecdotal Notes, Weekly Planning for each group! Great for organizing reading groups!

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Inference chart

ELA in the middle | Middle School English, Language Arts

Story Sequence Chart using sticky notes-this will be perfect for Primary Art of Language from Institute for Excellence in Writing

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Reading & Writing Notebooks

Reading Workshop Notebook insert