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Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

What's Your Opinion? - Sentence starters from Live, Love, Laugh, and Learn! This site also offers a video and other ideas for teaching persuasive writing.

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Stretch a Sentence

Stretch a Sentence Worksheet.. would make a good poster and could do one each week as group activity.... everyday reread the sentence and add more...?

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.

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

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."

Genius! Take pictures of anchor charts and run copies to put in notebooks. Kids use them for response ;)