Reading Comprehension Strategies
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FREE Nonfiction Poster: Author's Purpose Poster & Author's Purpose Anchor Chart
FREE Author's Purpose Poster, Interactive Author's Purpose Anchor Chart and Student Notebook Sheet (Perfect for interactive notebooks!) Nonfiction Poster Freebie | Nonfiction Anchor Chart | Writing Poster | Writing Anchor Chart | Information Writing Poster | Informational Writing Freebie
Themes in Reading: Four Targeted Trifolds | PDF and Digital |
Themes in Literature Tri-folds! Use these printables over the course of 4 days to provide targeted theme instruction. These tri-folds provide many opportunities for students to identify the theme within a reading passage. 15 reading passages are included in all. These are ideal for small group instruction or intervention groups.
Point of View Anchor Chart and Worksheet
Anchor Chart to guide students to identify key words to help them determine the point of view of a text. Worksheet to use with any text. Students determine the point of view the story and then write the keywords that let them to choose that point of view.
I have been using these Retelling Gloves for years with my Firsties and they LOVE, LOVE, LOVE them!!! It is a great way to help the students hold themselves accountable for their reading in a concrete, hands-on way. My students keep their gloves right in their Reading Workshop folders with their books. Some choose to put their glove on each time they finish reading a book, but some LOVE their Retelling Gloves so much, they put it on first, and then keep it on during the entire reading time!
Story Elements FREEBIE
Teaching story elements can get monotonous and boring over time for our kiddos so I try and make it fun! As a culminating assessment, practice, or just review throughout the year, I use Disney Pixar Shorts to practice these story elements. The kiddos LOVE practicing this way, and really seem to grasp the concepts better with videos.