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Teaching With a Mountain View: Figurative Language Review

Teaching With a Mountain View: Top 10 Tips for Building Fluent Readers + Link Up!

Where Do Readers Read? Anchor Chart

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!

Fluency anchor chart, plus other ideas for teaching reading.

"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 spea...

Launching Reader's Workshop {Guidelines Expectations}

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

Thrasher's Fifth Grade Rockstars: Classroom library, Clipboards and Colorful charts galore...

alliteration

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

"Persuasive Notes" is a great anchor chart to remind students why authors try to persuade readers and how they go about it.

Grades 4&5! Roots... big in 5th grade Word Study. Plus, this blog has lots of other great anchor charts and organization ideas.

Readers Workshop, Predicting

lots of literacy anchor charts -- reading and writing

great anchor chart

self-monitoring as a reader

Complete sentences - good visual to have in room. A lot of my high schoolers come to me at elementary reading and writing levels, so this will be helpful!

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