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The Best Anchor Charts for your ELA classroom all together in one place! You will find outlines to utilize in Reading Literature, Reading Informational, Writing and Language. Explained in this blog post is about the purpose of utilizing anchor charts in your daily instruction. Along with tips to organize your charts. Below is a collection […]
The past couple weeks we have been discussing themes of stories we’ve been reading. This is one of the neatest ways I’ve seen to help students remember what the theme is: THEME = THE MEssage Isn’t that neat? I found it from Angela Bunyi and it really clicks with the students. I also found some […]
Before I go any further, teaching theme is HARD…like really hard. Why didn’t anyone teach me a sequence or developmental process for learning and teaching theme. When I first started teaching, I would just dive in. I’d find cool activities that practiced theme. Then, a few weeks later, it would come again in our textbook […]