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Reading Anchor Charts
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Students will be able to visually connect both the benefits and consequences of an integral part of the industrial revolution, the railroads. Each student will create their own "cloud" with their top three benefits and top three consequences of the Industrial Revolution. --AB
The central idea of a text is the point the author wants to make about a topic. All of the other details in the text should support the central idea by giving more information about it. This lesson includes instructional strategies (teacher tools) and activities (student work) to help students learn...
This chart will help students remember the difference between theme which is found in literature and central idea which is found in informational text. It includes a definition for each and a set of steps to find the theme and central idea.It is a great resource for students to keep or for teachers to blow up and use as a poster in the classroom.