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(Rachel Scott, 2nd Grade)

Start this theme ladder with your next read-aloud and add to it throughout the year. Theme is SO hard for kids, this makes it all make sense!

Nonfiction Text Structure Anchor Chart- Spicing Up Informational Text Structure plus an explanation on how this teacher starts with guided practice and works toward independent practice!

Spicing Up Text Structure

Do you need to spice up teaching text structure in reading? I have plenty of ideas and teaching activities to make it easy!

Text Structures Anchor Chart (image only)

lots of Language Arts Anchor Charts: root words, prefixes, suffixes, nonfiction features, text structures and

text structures anchor chart, add chronological to sequence.

text structures anchor chart - good for literacy and writing information / expository to teach students how to write different types of text structures.

“Where’s Your Proof?” Teaching Kids to Use Evidence | The Great Books Foundation

Prove It This anchor chart merges sentence starters with examples that help students see how to present their evidence in full sentences.

Using sticky notes to make this board interactive and ongoing is a great way to emphasize that every text was written with an intentional purpose.

Author's Purpose Anchor chart for students and teacher to complete together with examples and what to look for while reading.

Our Readers Workshop Contract (anchor chart.)  This site also has lots of sample anchor charts for reading and writing

"Our Readers Workshop Contract" (anchor chart.) This site also has lots of sample anchor charts for reading and writing. I like this idea for Writer's Workshop too!

Our "Close Reading" Annotation Symbols.  In our class, we call it "Reading with a pencil".  For this unit of study we focused on "?", "!", and  "✭".

Reading With Pen in Hand: Teaching Annotation in Close Reading

This is awesome since i will be doing many close reading lessons "Close Reading" Annotation Symbols. In our class, we call it "Reading with a pencil". For this unit of study we focused on "?

This blog post contains a FREE compare and contrast reading activity! Materials are included so you can replicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.

Compare and Contrast (Address the standards with this FREE activity!)

Juicy words!!!! Narrative writing, 5th grade, anchor chart, writers workshop, Ela

Narrative writing, grade, anchor chart, writers workshop, Ela Have students in groups and each group choose a boring word and come up with synonyms for that word to use in their writing