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  • Laura Cameron

    Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud discussions. I called it Read a Loud Sentence Starters

  • Sharon Goebel

    Conversational Starters - Anchor Chart

  • Amy H

    Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud or book club...

  • Cheska

    Accountable Talk: conversation starters

  • Natalie McGrath

    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.

  • Alex Suriano

    Great anchor chart to promote purposeful conversation. Perfect for Socratic Seminars.

  • Jeannie Noble

    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.

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