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Close reading anchor chart

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How to Annotate: Lesson, Handouts & Practice! by The Little Lit Corner 📌 Please re-pin 😍💞 identifying thesis statement activities, descriptive annotation, personal statement of goals, statistics homework help online, brief personal statement

How to Annotate: Lesson, Handouts & Practice! by The Little Lit Corner 📌 Please re-pin 😍💞 identifying thesis statement activities, descriptive annotation, personal statement of goals, statistics homework help online, brief personal statement

data-pin-description="Close reading for literature is like a salt: It must be used sparingly in order to be effective. In this post I detail several ways that you can enhance close reading, when it comes to literature, so that your students are truly digging deeper into the text without getting overwhelmed and bored. Check out my Close Reading for Literature Toolkit, as well!

Close reading for literature might seem impossible, but there are ways to do it! Rachel shares a few tips and a freebie to make it more accessible.

Check It Off! | 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

Close reading is a hot topic that's 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.

Think Mark Anchor Chart- this is a freebie!

Description Hello I created this for my students at the end of creating our handmade chart to reinforce all of the marks that we make as a class. Students use whatever color sticky note they want as a think mark. I may also used a laminiated sticky note and marker so that we don't waste sticky notes! Hope you find this helpful. I will be adding to this, so keep checking back :)

Close Reading- anchor chart for introduction to the unit.

Description Here are Common Core text features activities for informational text - nonfiction to use in your upper elementary classroom. Your third grade, fourth grade or fifth grade students will be engaged with the text features PowerPoints. The purpose of this activity is for students to show their understanding of the Common Core reading strategies for text features. Here is what you will get: Using Text Features to Comprehend PowerPoint Text Features and Making Predictions PowerPoint a…