levels of Bloom's Taxonomy on the board. Mrs. Saylor has these amazing questions already typed up and read for you to print and use!
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Bloom's Taxonomy questions to use for Reading -- shared reading, guided reading, intervention groups, etc...
Blooms Cards for Guided Reading...used some of these as jumping off points for my 5th grade comprehension cards.
Bloom's guided reading questions. After reading a book, kids must choose a question card of each color to answer. Shows both basic and higher level thinking. Follow link to a FREE PDF file.
Blooms Taxonomy reading question cards -- Jennifer Jones of http://www.hellofirstgrade.com/ has been a favorite of mine for years. She has helped me out with her lessons and ideas too many times to count! I was a stalker of her site long before I began blogging. She now has a blog too! Hello First Grade . At any rate, she has FABULOUS ideas on both
Blooms Taxonomy Questioning Cards for Guided Reading-Free Download!
Guided reading question cards - try ring binding as flip books
Blooms Taxonomy question cards for reading... PERFECT!!!
Blooms Taxonomy reading question cards
Bloom Question Cards
Great questions to ask before, during, and after reading!
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FREE Questioning posters, bookmarks, and graphic organizer. Before, during, and after reading questions.
FREE Questioning posters, bookmarks, and graphic organizer Maybe put these questions on one of those presentation boards buy at Staples?
FREE Questioning posters, bookmarks, and graphic organizer. Need this close to my reading table!
iTeach 1:1: Questioning Lesson and FREE Posters and Graphic Organizer
Lezen FREE Questioning posters, bookmarks, and graphic organizer
Questioning posters, bookmarks, and graphic organizer...free
Questioning posters & graphic organizer
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Guided Reading. This website has a lot of great manipulatives to use with guided reading groups. I really liked the wands, finger pointers, and comprehension sticks.
Guided Reading story sticks - students pulls a stick and answers the question from the read aloud or make these for my small group/ guided reading groups
I like the idea of using Popsicle sticks with tasks- can be adapted to other learning activities- maybe useful for assessment/community mapping? Guided Reading story sticks - students pulls a stick and answers the question from the read aloud
Guided Reading story sticks - students pulls a stick and answers the question on the stick. This could be a great way for students to discuss a book at a listening center.
Guided Reading story sticks - students pulls a stick and answers the question from the read aloud---I love this! Great for small groups and one on one! Reading is meaning seeking problem solving process
Reading Center Activities
Reading response center
Guided reading idea
Grammar Flip book. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
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Grammar flip book...putting it together helps kids learn the parts of speech, having it available helps them remember!
Grammar Flip book. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Directions to a flipbook can be found at http://www.123teachwithme.com/2012/03/retell-flip-book-how-to-make-onelots-of.html Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
Grammar Flip book...maybe for the back of writer's notebooks? http://www.layers-of-learning.com/parts-of-speech/
Grammar flip book | An English Teacher's Toolbox Also a link to story starters including scholastic
My Grammar Flip Book - good/well, I/me, syn/ant, affixes, parts of speech, singlr/possve, troublesome words. This can be kept in their folders and referenced all year!
Grammar flip book | An English Teacher's Toolbox
Grammar flip book- LOVE this for 4th grade!
Language Arts - English Grammar Flip Book
bus/car rider/walker for the classroom burlap wreath An English Teacher's Toolbox • Grammar flip book
Life in Fifth Grade: Increasing Students' Thinking! Moving Past "Right There" Questions
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reading bookmark This is a great idea--
Bloom's Taxonomy questioning
Great to put in style guide
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Editor's Marks for Writers. #editing #editors #marks #writers #writing #tips #visual #aid #infographic #help #guide #list
Great to print and display in writers' notebooks so that student's are easily able to flip to the page to recall editing marks that they may use while looking over their or another students paper. Having universal marks used within the class will save students time and confusion when looking over their paper to correct mistakes.
Editor's marks - great anchor chart! Improve your writing by having others review it. By Teacher Store House
Editor's marks - great anchor chart! Improve your writing by having others review it. These are the edits I was raised on. By Teacher Store House
editor's marks - great to print and display in writers' notebooks, and to share with critique groups
Editor´s Marks Great to print and display in writers' notebooks.
Editor's Marks # writing # language arts
Editing marks anchor chart. teaching
understand proofreading marks
I'm blown away by the Reading Resources on this site
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Apparently people are blown away by the Reading Resources on this site. I do love this bulletin board.
Amazing resources for teaching reading and the reading workshop approach: Group bulletin board idea
Great story structure bulletin board! And this site has lots of other Reading Resources.
STORY STRUCTURE I'm blown away by the Reading Resources on this site
STory structure. plus other Reading Resources on this site
Cute, effective story structure bulletin board!
Reading Resources story structure
Story Structure Anchor Chart
Reading & Writing Resources
Reading Strategy Bookmark
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strategies for upper elementary grade students who struggle with phonics, fluency, and comprehension
Reading strategy bookmark! These are great tips of what to do when reading. Thankfully, all these tips are written on a bookmark which can be used through out the book. This way, students have no excuse for not knowing some strategies they can use. @Hollie Baker Kaitoula Tou Rodolfou Maslarova
Reading strategy bookmark used in many classrooms will give you some ideas to use with your child when they need help while reading.
Reading strategy bookmark! After reading through what the reading strategy bookmark was I thought it would be helpful if students had these so they are not sitting there with their hand up the waiting for a teacher to come help them because essentially the teacher would be telling them the same sort of things. - Abby Levine
Reading strategy bookmark! These are great tips of what to do when reading.
Reading strategy bookmark- like the visuals on this one
Reading strategy bookmark For all my teacher friends
Reading strategies bookmark- laminate first!
Reading strategy bookmark! FREE
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file
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Great idea to print 2 reader response Qs on one sticky note. As a sticky note, students can use the Q as a bookmark while reading, then transfer to their reading notebook when responding.
Differentiated reader response cards, great for guided reading responses. Free Google Doc file. Post also includes link to information regarding how to print on post-it notes!
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file See previous post to tell how to print onto sticky note template.
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file for printing on sticky notes
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file I love this idea for math and science journals too - pretype the prompts, then cut and glue into notebooks!
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file... could be used for oral discussion in kindergarten
Differentiated sticky notes for reading response journals...
Surprise sticky notes in reading journal
reading response journal prompt
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Great Verbs to help explain Blooms..... and create activities for higher level thinking skills. Sure to come in handy for Common Core goal writing!
Great Verbs to help explain Blooms..... and create activities for higher level thinking skills in the classroom. This would make an excellent classroom poster!
Verbs to help explain Blooms..... and create activities for higher level thinking skills in the classroom.
Teachers and students can use this colorful Bloom Taxonomy chair to cultivate their higher level thinking skills across content areas!
Refer to this useful chart of critical thinking skills was lesson planning -- Bring it, Common Core! Follows Bloom's Taxonomy.
Classroom Poster for critical thinking...I love this! (Bloom's Taxonomy)
Critical thinking questions (Bloom's Taxonomy)
This website is full of Bloom's Resources
We all want our students to be critical thinkers but when it comes to defining what it is that critical thinking is all about and what strategies to use to cultivate it in classroom things get a little bit muddier.Scholars across various disciplines define it differently. For Daniel Willingham critical thinking is "seeing both sides of an issue", Robert Wessberg views it as " an ability to use reason to move beyond the acquisition of facts to uncover deep meaning" and linda Elder sees it as a "self-guided, self-disciplined thinking which attempts to reason at the highest level of quality in a fair-minded way". At its essence, critical thinking does require an elevated form of reasoning that is not usually found in other forms of thinking and for teachers to raise critical thinkers they definitely need to be well versed with the inner workings of this type of thinking. To this end, Edtech and Mlearning has this resourceful section full of materials and resources to help teachers integrate the ethos of critical thinking in their instructional pedagogy. | Cool School Ideas
Download this reading summary poster from: "I Teach. What's your super power?"
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I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its. Guided Reading groups? ** Great idea- will edit it for history stuff!
So nice! I was thinking a permanent word web on one board but I kind of like this better :-) Summarizing chart with squares for post-its. Guided Reading groups?
Download this reading summary poster from: I Teach. Whats your super power?#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Different graphic organizer - I always used a hand outline and the kids fill in their hand
I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its. Big Fan of Graphic Organizers!
I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its. Guided Reading groups.
summarizing anchor chart
A language arts teaching blog for third and fourth grade teachers full of technology ideas, engaging lessons, and freebies.
Reading Comprehension Sandwich Worksheet
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Reading Comprehension Sandwich Worksheet - Assess students' reading comprehension with this fun graphic organizer! Students will enjoy filling in the "layers of the sandwich" while identifying plot, characters, setting, and problem and solution.
Assess students' reading comprehension with this fun graphic organizer! Students will enjoy filling in the "layers of the sandwich" while identifying plot, characters, setting, and problem and solution. If you like this free product, check out my full packet of Creative Reading Response Sheets at my store.
** Assess students' reading comprehension with this fun graphic organizer! Students will enjoy filling in the "layers of the sandwich" while identifying plot, characters, setting, and problem and solution. If you like this free product, check out my full packet of Creative Reading Response Sheets at my store. You get 24 fun sheets for any book and perfect for listening centers, independent reading, guided reading groups and literature circles, too!
Book Report/Reading Comprehension
Guided reading activity
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Non-Fiction Reading Marathon Box 1- Design a book cover with title and author Read for 10 minutes Box 2- Write a list of questions you have about your topic Read for 10 minutes Box 3- Draw a Photo or Illustration with a caption Read for 10 minutes Box 4- Write any interesting or new vocabulary with definitions Read for 10 minutes Box 5- Draw a diagram, Chart, Map, Graph or Timeline and Label Read for 10 minutes Box 6- List important facts about what you learned
Nonfiction reading marathon-based on 10 minute intervals....such a neat idea!
Nonfiction reading marathon with related activity to reinforce learning
Nonfiction reading marathon, each box is set for 10 min intervals
Fabulous in Fourth!: Non-Fiction Reading Marathon
Reading marathon for nonfiction text
nonfiction marathon... wonderful!
Guided reading/nonfiction - fun!
nonfiction reading marathon
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Guided reading questions. This is an easy way to differentiate and to incorporate many levels of Bloom's into your reading groups.
Content Area: I. Reading. Name of Strategy: Guided Reading Comprehension Questions. Target Level: K-5. Materials/Resources: Download, color cardstock, brad, or binder ring. Resource: https://picasaweb.google.com/hellomrsjones/ChartsGraphsClassroomPictures#5130262741521016722
Guided reading questions- doesn't link to the page, however good for Para's running reading groups.
#2 Guided reading questions. Each strip of colored paper is different category of question. The teacher then can differentiate the slips of paper many different ways. They could be differentiated for student's readiness or even interest. (pg 3) If students are in reading groups based on readiness the questions can be used to fit the needs of that group. If doing the book as a class the questions could be modified to fit student readiness and interest.
Guided reading questions. This totally is an easy way to differentiate.
Guided reading questions. Great idea for giving students a whole set.
Bloom's Taxonomy reading comprehension questions
guided reading - comprehension questions
Guided Reading things
Student, Classroom Reading, Reading Levels, Reading Ideas, File Folder, School Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Guided Reading Groups, Classroom Organization
The all time best idea to manage your student's reading level in your classroom. Supplies: labels, velcro, file folder, and laminator. SUPER EASY!
Great way of tracking what reading level your students are on. Great blog for guided reading ideas.
Easy way to keep up with your guided reading groups, since students reading levels change you use velcro to move their names easily!
Guided Reading Organizational file folder - under each level there is a strip of velcro. Then each student has their own tag with their name on it and a piece of velcro on the back so that you can keep track of your guided reading groups by level.
great visual representation of student reading levels and guided reading groups...OMG HOW HAVE I NEVER DONE THIS! DUH!!!
Guided Reading Groups. Classroom Organization.
Art Guided reading idea classroom-ideas
This looks very cool.... school-ideas
Rachelle from What the Teacher Wants does a great segment called Management Monday with great tips for classroom management. I totally fell in love with her idea for organizing guided reading groups. On the inside of a guided reading folder she has a sticker for each reading level, with a strip of fuzzy velcro beneath it. She then printed out each student's name and put a piece of rough velcro on the back. This way, each time a child moves up a reading level, it only takes two seconds to change it, and adjust your guided reading groups if needed. I love it! She also has a great motivator called the Handwriting Fairy. Be sure to check it out... it's SO cute!
Questions for Reading Partners: Within, Beyond, and About the Text
Teaching Reading, Reader, Grade Reading, Anchor Charts, Classroom Reading, Common Core, Reading Writing, Language Arts
Classroom: Reading. Create an anchor chart to show the difference between thinking WITHIN the text / ABOUT the text / BEYOND the text.
FABULOUS ANCHOR CHARTS for reading, writing, poetry, persuasive etc. on this site. (This one is for questioning)
20 Reflective Questions To Help Students Respond To Common Core Texts ...from Teach Thought (blog)..anchor chart
How writers/readers become good writers/readers * downloaded applicable anchor charts done
Great anchor chart for reading - seems to connect to Common Core
MULTITUDE OF ANCHOR CHARTS :) READING, WRITING, etc.
Where is your thinking? // teaching reading
Even more language arts anchor charts
Well, I may be a bit late to the party, but least I arrived, right??? In the last few posts I really focused on Close Reading and what some of the research says. I do encourage you to continue to research, because you can't really rely on just a few pieces to build your entire belief system or approach. We looked at what Close Reading was and wasn't and some of the debate surrounding Close Reading. You can read all the previous posts here: Part One Part Two Part Three We know that is is just one of many practices we need implement. So now, how DO you do Close Reading in your classroom? After all the debate how can you take this and use it to help your readers? Before you can even BEGIN to implement Close Reading, you have to find the text. **Warning- Soapbox Moment- There are a million products on TpT . Okay, maybe bot a million- just 5200 hits when I searched it. For realz. Now, many people like to use passages for Close Reading. But let's think about this, can a worksheet really provide, "a text must be of the highest quality, with a richness and depth that supports and deserves deep analysis?" Maybe some can. But I doubt all 5,200 can. I would STRONGLY encourage you to find authentic text for kids to read. Because do you really want them to analytic readers of short passages on worksheets or analytic readers of the books that are actually in their hands? Just a thought. Rant over.** Here is what some of the research said... I love that the article cited the "attributes" of close reading, rather than a step by step process. Because it will (and should ) vary for each text. I know you are thinking, "This is all great, woman, but my admin wants me to start doing Close Reading as of yesterday. Just tell me what to do!!!" I love how Shanahan just breaks it down. That is a great way to look at it when you are planning your lessons. Still want more? Now you have the knowledge, let's see how we can use it! I am no expert, so I turned to my good friend Pinterest to look for some resources. I am always in awe of my colleagues. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this lesson on teaching students to be more critical when reading. We all know kids want to avoid rereading like the plague. This is a concrete demonstration for why it is needed. and this is a concrete example shared by Stuckey in Second. I love this anchor chart for guided questions by Julie Ballew. If you are looking for concert models of how to do this in your classroom, I found this lesson for third grade. It uses this book. I also found this video shared by Lisa Gray of a teacher modeling using the book mentioned in previous posts, Note and Notice! Love it!!!!!! If you are looking for books to use for Close Reading, I did manage to find this one list I love this quote to wrap up this series. Isn't that really why we do, what we do each and every day?
questions before, during & after reading
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Asking Questions Chart! I love this brightly colored anchor chart. Great idea to have a board already made. You could put it in the library center with sticky notes and have students do the activity on their own after you have done it as a class.
Gave me the idea to premake anchor charts I can laminate and use over and over with sticky notes and vis-a-vis pens.
Love the idea of making an anchor chart for asking questions BDA reading and having it laminated. We could write on it, or hand out sticky notes to teams and have them add questions as we read, remove them as we answer.
Asking Questions Chart! I love this brightly colored anchor chart. Great idea to have a board already made. You could put it in the library center with sticky notes and have students do the activity on their own after you have done it as a class. Fazendo perguntas Gráfico! Eu amo este gráfico coloridas âncora. Grande ideia de ter um conselho já fez. Você pode colocá-lo no centro da biblioteca com notas e os alunos façam a atividade por conta própria depois de ter feito isso como uma classe.
reading comprehension posters..students use dry erase on or maybe sticky notes?
Classroom reading chart for guided reading
Cute idea for organizing reading ideas
Reading questions anchor chart!
This is a GREAT example of what Guided Reading looks like! ...also a link to several other great videos including Daily 5
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If you are looking for an example of what a guided reading group working with the teacher looks and sounds like, don't look any further! This is a GREAT example of what the teacher-led Guided Reading looks like! (2nd Grade Guided Reading Day 1)
This is a GREAT example of what Guided Reading looks like! ...also a link to several other great videos including Daily 5...Omg this was like gold. just saved my life planning my first guided reading lesson!
Sample guided reading group focused on inferring ...also a link to other good videos.
Great video of a guided reading lesson focusing on inferences
Great 2nd grade guided reading lesson about inferences
teaching inference in small group
Great guided reading lesson
Guided reading video
Daily 5 Video
Free First Grade Reading Comprehension Passages with Questions!
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Free First Grade Reading Comprehension Passages with Questions! Could be used for close reading.
Free First Grade - 6th grade Reading Comprehension Passages with Questions!
Free First Grade Reading Comprehension Passages to use for close reading
1st-5th Grade reading comprehension worksheets.
Reading response journal prompts #wwp_pd
Thinking Stem, Reader S Notebook, Readers Notebook, Reading Notebook, 5Th Grade, Reading Response Journal
5th grade teacher webpage w/Reader's Notebook ideas, and a link to the document version of these thinking stems.
5th grade Reading Notebooks - thinking stems... I will look into this. Most of it we do, but I like this as a reference.
"My Reading Notebooks". I would use reading notebooks in a 4th or 5th grade classroom. In these notebooks students reflect on their reading. They write about what they are reading and how they feel about the new reading strategies they are learning. Includes thinking stems so that students use deeper thinking and are not just giving summaries of their books or saying whether they like what they are reading or not.
first of two pages of thinking stems for reading responses...lots of reader's notebook ideas
Thinking Stems for Reading Response journals. PRINT THIS for Interactive Notebooks
Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks/Thinking Stems (5th Grade)
5th grade Reading Notebooks – thinking stems | How Do It Info
5th grade Reading Notebooks - thinking stems
reading journal thinking stems
Comprehension strategies posters