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Close reading is a hot topic that& just getting hotter! Here are 21 anchor charts, bulletin board ideas and other resources that you can bring into your classroom to turn your readers into even closer readers. Ela Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Evidence Anchor Chart, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Guided Reading, Reading Response, Reading Comprehension
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We're Big on Evidence

We're Big on Evidence | 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

anchor charts_featured image_Bored Teachers If you don't already use them in your classroom, you're going to love using these next school year. Anchor charts are awesome tools for teaching just about any subject! Ela Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Plot Anchor Chart, Anchor Chart Display, 8th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Fourth Grade, Third Grade, Seventh Grade

30 Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom

Anchor charts are awesome tools for teaching just about any subject!

Teach Your Child to Read - Our Close Reading Annotation Symbols. In our class, we call it Reading with a… Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching 6th Grade, Reading Notes, Reading Practice, Reading Tips, Close Reading Strategies

Reading With Pen in Hand: Teaching Annotation in Close Reading - We Are Teachers

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

Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Guided Reading Anchor Charts: Within, B. - Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Guided Reading Anchor Charts: Within, Beyond, and About the Text Employing Index charts and Topographical Charts Middle School Reading, 4th Grade Reading, Middle School Teachers, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Close Reading, High School, Teaching Ideas, Middle School Literacy
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The Literacy Effect

Being out of my own classroom this year has definitely been a weird adjustment and something that I crave and hope changes as part of my job as literacy coach for next year. To combat this, I decided to embrace my office space where I hold my guided reading groups throughout the day. I decided to make anchor charts for thinking within, beyond, and about the text, as well as a chart displaying different writing about reading options for early finishers of guided reading. Here are picture of…

- Citing Textual Evidence: Word-for-Word & Paraphrased Support. With some revisions this would work. 6th Grade Reading, 4th Grade Writing, Middle School Writing, Middle School English, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Essay Writing, Fourth Grade, Citing Textual Evidence

R.7.1 - Citing Textual Evidence: Word-for-Word & Paraphrased Support

Last week, we talked about how READING is THINKING! Your inner voice should talk to you while you're reading and say things like, "This part is confusing..." or "I predict this will happen..." or "That makes me think of this one time when I..." or "Now I get it!" I modeled how to use post-its to flag thoughts in my book while I was reading and 'code' them with the kind of thought it was. Students then did the same thing for their independent chapter books. This led naturally into students…

Peek at My Week Imagery, Dialogue & Point of View "Who is Telling the Story?" (point of view anchor chart)"Who is Telling the Story?" (point of view anchor chart) Ela Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Poetry Anchor Chart, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Literature, Teaching Materials, Essay Writing
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Imagery, Dialogue & Point of View

Looking for some lesson plans ideas for dialogue, imagery or point of view? Then this post is for you!

Make Connnections:Text -to-Self, Text-to-Text, Text-to-World Anchor Chart Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Learning, Reading Tips, Close Reading
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Anchor Charts

Anchor Charts are a great way to help your students learn and remember what has been taught throughout the year. Here are a few charts that we have made in our classroom this year.

Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly? -- great reminders for classroom teachers: visuals, graphic organizers, sentence frames, etc. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Ideas, Kindergarten Writing, Guided Reading, Math Lessons
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Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly?

Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly? -- great reminders for classroom teachers: visuals, graphic organizers, sentence frames, etc.

For a Fabulous Friday! Teaching Fourth: Five For a Fabulous Friday!Teaching Fourth: Five For a Fabulous Friday! Reading Genres, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Genre Lessons, Reading Help, Comprehension Strategies
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Five For a Fabulous Friday!

I just love autumn. It is definitely my favorite time of the year, and I feel so blessed to see another fall. Today we had a wet and messy day. It was the kind of day that I would have loved to have been at home, curled up on the couch with my crochet. Instead, we had a great day at school doing some things that I love: reading! Today I have finally gathered together my 5 for Friday to link up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs. To be completely honest, these 5 are not all from this week. They are…

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The Ultimate Guide to using Instagram with Interactive Notebooks · Kayse Morris

Use this guide to help students enjoy Instagram in the Classroom and boost your coolness factor with Interactive notebooks. You will learn the basics of Instagram and how to use it with Interactive Notebooks. In this guide you will learn How to get started with using Instagram in the classroom with Interactive Notebooks. How …

Post-it Guidelines and other anchor charts---I tried independent reading a new way this year. I seriously wish I had already seen this poster. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Guided Reading, Reading Post, Reading Comprehension, Reading Notes, Thinking Strategies
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23 Close Reading Anchor Charts That Will Help Your Students Dig Deep

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schema anchor chart - I have a poster that I made VERY similar to this one! Great lesson to teach kids how to know what is schema, what we use our schema for, and how to get more schema! Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Thinking Strategies, Guided Reading, Critical Thinking

Travel Books for Kids - The Educational Tourist

Travel books for kids help kids learn about a destination and feel involved and connected to what you are seeing on your family vacation.

Author's Point of View Cheat Sheet! Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Reading Passages, Narrative Writing, Writing A Book, Writing Tips, Fiction Writing
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Author's Point of View Cheat Sheet! {Freebie!} (First, Second, Third Person)

*Free* Click to Print! This is a great tool for helping students remember the multiple methods that writers may use to narrate their stories. This author point of view cheat sheet is also super handy for writing units and helping students pick as well as stick to their narrative style. Great for common core standard: Explain how an author develops the of view of the narrator or speaker in a text.