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    Fluent readers

    A fluent reader....

    A Teacher's Touch: Reader's Workshop Anchor Chart Ideas-Turn and Talk

    monitor comprehension

    beginning, middle, end of story

    "Said" is Dead - You might notice that your readers may start to point out other types of punctuation now that you've made them aware of it. Great! Work on quotation marks next, and ask students to change their voice to sound like the characters. Linking this lesson back to tracking the moods in the story may be helpful. Just switch out moods with character traits and evidence. You may also want to draw attention to certain words in the text that describe the way in which the characters speak...

    Launching Reader's Workshop {Guidelines Expectations}

    Questions readers should ask as they read. Great anchor chart!

    a great way to get those kinesthetic learners learning and moving. While students sing the song, they shake the same body part.

    Multiplication Strategies by ammieiscool

    Metacognition and Real Reading anchor chart.

    Decoding strategies anchor chart to hang in the classroom after teaching each strategy in small group. Yay! I can't wait to hang it!

    Teacher Trap: Reading is Thinking!

    Fluent Readers

    theme anchor chart

    For the Love of Teaching: Thinking Stems/Anchor Charts--An excellent site for simple, direct anchor charts for responding in Reader's Workshop.

    Anchor Chart

    He went to the store ... He moseyed ... He hightailed it ... He hastened ... He beelined ... 250 ways to say went. #writingtips

    I like all the examples. Create it with the students though so they have ownership to it...