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Close Reading in a first grade classroom! What it looks like and a freebie to try it out.

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Close Reading Book Study {Chapter One}

Great reading resource!

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Close Reading Symbols Poster Chart, Beginning of the Year, Back to School

Close Reading is essential when reading both literature and informational text. This chart of annotation symbols for Close Reading is a must when you're doing close reading! It includes a color and a black white copy. You can use it as an anchor chart, as a poster, or in your students' close reading folder.

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Kindergarten Close Reading MEGA Post!

Kindergarten Close Reads: great blog post about what it is and how it should look in a Kindergarten classroom!

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Little Minds at Work: Kindergarten Close Reading MEGA Post!

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Close Reading Anchor Chart

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Close Reading Anchor Chart | Ms. Houser

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Kindergarten Close Reads (Freebielicious)

Kindergarten Close Reads

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These four free Close Reading Posters by The Teacher Next Door can be displayed in your classroom to help you teach this important Common Core strategy. All of these posters as well as an entire packet of close reading resources can be found in my Close Reading Using Informational Text Unit: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Close-Reading-Using-Informational-Text-Common-Core-4th-and-5th-1022517

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Close Reading: Four Posters by the Teacher Next Door

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Understanding Close Reading - Teacher Infographic #weareteachers

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Show me the evidence anchor chart {image only}

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Show Me the Evidence strips: These have great evidence stems to help students cite specific evidence in their written responses/discussions.

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Anchor Chart for Close Reading in 2nd Grade as outlined by Tim Shanahan's PowerPoint... https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v=sites=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnx0c2NvbW1vbmNvcmV8Z3g6NDMzYWUyOWNmNWEzNTU0Mg

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Spotlight on Kindergarten: Anchor charts and Classroom charts Galore!

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Thick & Thin Questions

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10 Beginning Reader Books for Boys

10 Printable Early Reader Books for Boys. Great way to motivate boys to read! {Playdough to Plato}$

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Organizing by Months at PreK+K Sharing

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Preschool Journal How-To

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{freebie} a cute poster that includeds four questions which encourage student to support their thinking with evidence from the text!

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