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A poetry strategy that works for upper elementary
When students are faced with a poem, they use the POETS acronym to understand the poem and summarize what it's about! Here's how it works: Preview This step takes the longest. Students do several things to get their brain ready to think deeply about the poem. 1. Read title, notice illustrations 2. Number lines & stanzas 3. Read a stanza at a time, make a sketch of the details in that stanza 4. Find the rhyme scheme by noticing pattern of rhyming words 5. Identify the type of poem...
Multiple Meaning Word Task Cards - Intermediate Grades! Test Prep
Multiple Meaning Words Task Cards will give your students ample practice with identifying There are many ways you can use these in your class: in a literacy center, early finish box, whole class activity, one a day for morning/bell work there are so many options!
3rd 4th 5th Grade Reading Literature Student Response for Common Core
Do your students need independent practice that reinforces your instruction of CCSS? This resource integrates all eight 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade ELA Common Core Reading Standards for Literature into ANY text. Kid-Friendly Scaffolds for each standard include graphic organizers and consistent visuals cues.
FREE Paired Passage and Questions
FREE Paired passages and text dependent questions extend students' reading comprehension and writing skills! This product is now compatible with Google Classroom as well as a traditional PDF document.Paired passages are playing a larger role than ever in today's elementary classroom.
Higher Order Thinking questions with Reading Log
This reading log is great to use with students in grades second through fifth. After daily reading, student will choose a higher order thinking question to answer. Great to use for homework, summer reading tracking log or center activity. Please rate and comment below!