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Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud discussions. I called it Read a Loud Sentence Starters
Conversational Starters - Anchor Chart
Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud or book club...
Accountable Talk: conversation starters
Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud discussions or Literature Circles. This could also help shy students begin to improve in speaking and listening skills by giving them a starting point.
Great anchor chart to promote purposeful conversation. Perfect for Socratic Seminars.
Conversational Moves Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud discussions. I called it Read a Loud Sentence starters--and all my students loved it on Day 1. It helps them so much with the "complete sentence" mantra we have been pushing them towards.
PIE - Author's Purpose. Useful for discussing different types of "writers" (journalist, author, ad copywriter). Re: ads, useful departure for discussion of the purpose of ads ("to persuade you to buy something."
Great chart for developing self-esteem in the classroom.
Hello Literacy: Give students a roadmap when you ask them to retell the story and their thinking after a oral reading record.
171-180 infers the author's specific purpose (term not used) for an informational passage (persuasive)
Purposeful Talk-Good for students to 'listen with intent' instead of just going through the motions. (Life in 4B)
For literacy notebook....I love anchor charts!
Author's Purpose: Easy as P.I.E.! Persuade, Inform, & Entertain
Awesome anchor chart with great paragraph starters. I'm going to make this into a reference sheet that they can have in their binders!
Cause and Effect // Please tell me this is all a joke and the ultimate result isn't really that Bobby was proficient or not proficient on ~*~TCAP~*~.
Ideas for partner talk hand out or anchor chart.
Author's Purpose Anchor Chart--Include visual examples of books in the pie