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Problem and solution

Discover proven problem-solving techniques and practical solutions to overcome challenges. Improve your problem-solving skills and achieve success with these strategies.
First Grade Writing, 3rd Grade Reading, Grade Book, School Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Second Grade, 2nd Grade, Learning

The Koala Who Could (Amazon Affiliate link) by Rachel Bright is a lovely rhyming text that tells of Kevin the koala and his journey from 'I can't' to 'I can'! Kevin loves the comfort of his lofty position high in the gum tree. He would love to play with his animal friends on the ground, but the thought of leaving his tree is just too much. He ...was never too keen to try anything new. He has a series of excuses for his friends as to why he should stay in his comfort zone. Your students could…

Eclectic Educating: Problem and Solution Lesson Third Grade Reading, Daily 5, Anchor Charts, Reading Comprehension, Problem And Solution, Elementary Reading, Teaching Reading, Active Reading Strategies, 2nd Grade Reading

Problem and solution seem to be skills we are continually working on. I have found that my students understand the terms and can repeat their definitions verbatim, but still struggle with identfying the elements in texts. For this lesson, we began by reading aloud A Chair for My Mother. This is one of my favorite books, and I find that it works for a variety of skills and lessons. After the read aloud, we began creating an anchor chart. We filled out the chart as we read different stories…

RahRah Malone
ELA Anchor Charts: Text Structures Teaching Literacy, Teaching Reading, Reading Writing, Guided Reading, Reading Notes, Reading Teacher, Close Reading, Reading Classroom, Kindergarten Reading

This is a culmination of my own anchor charts, plus the best anchor charts that I could find online. This is a great place to find effective charts that get to the heart of what you are teaching in workshop. If you have a favorite chart that you'd like to add, please contact me! Also, if I have not properly given credit for an anchor chart, let me know so that I can fix it.

Mary Strickler