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Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading.

How a Children's Book Can Teach Writers About Engaging Storytelling

Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading.

Main Idea and Supporting Details Anchor Chart- Check out the blog post to download two main idea passages for FREE!

Main Idea Anchor Chart (FREE worksheet included!)

Learning about main idea and supporting details is FUN when you use the ice cream cone analogy! This blog post contains a main idea anchor chart activity and a FREE main idea worksheet. Everything you need for one main idea lesson is available here.

Use goodbye letters to helps students articulate their learning at the end of a novel.

Teaching To Kill a Mockingbird

Use goodbye letters to helps students articulate their learning at the end of a novel.

Theme anchor chart. Help students learn about the theme of a story. For more…

Theme anchor chart

Theme anchor chart. Help students learn about the theme of a story. For more…

Literary novel elements posters including theme, setting, resolution, point of view, plot, conflict, climax and character.

Literary Terms II Quote Poster Set of Eight featuring Analogy, Oxymoron, Juxtaposition, Simile, Idiom, Hyperbole, Euphemism and Dialect. Educational Art Prints

Literary novel elements posters including theme, setting, resolution, point of view, plot, conflict, climax and character.

THEME anchor chart for reading comprehension. TeacherKarma.com 📚

5 Tips for Interactive Notebook Success with Reading FREEBIE — Teacher KARMA

Learn my top tips for using interactive notebooks in your classroom. Download your free interactive, foldable resource, This Book POPS!

Informational Text ELA common core middle school What active readers do when reading I for active text Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Some More Anchor Charts

The Literacy Effect

My newest obsession: Anchor Charts! Why? Because they're SUPER helpful to me during my guided reading lessons. I am constantly referring to my anchor charts while I'm introducing and discussing text, and I'm starting to see more and more of my guided reading students refer to them when they respond to discussion points. Here are a few of my newest anchor charts that I refer to during guided reading: This one is all about fluency. During a reading intervention that I conducted today, I…