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A great way to access prior knowledge and see what need to be clarified when starting new topics. For younger classes, the teacher can write ideas up. For older classes, students can write on the chart or write on sticky notes! Great to keep up with over the years and see what similarities you have with students' ideals

Schema...background knowledge...it's so cute to hear my kiddos say "I'm using my schema" it cracks me up. Love it

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anchor chart - schema (with children's book example)

Visual review activity- possibly do for each topic?

They do mini lesson on a reading skill/behaviour/strategy that will help students be better readers. Then students do the fab4 (read to self, read to buddy, listen to reading, write about your reading). Followed by share circle where the first students who share their reading thoughts are those who applied the day's mini lesson. They also say they do a mini share between each of the fab4 times.

Schema anchor chart-our mental filing cabinet

using your schema anchor chart - Google Search

Lots of good ideas on this site for guided reading and student led conferences!!!!