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Two boys become friends and learn to be better people.  We just read this as a lit circle with my class.

Two boys become friends and learn to be better people. We just read this as a lit circle with my class.

Kid Lit Frenzy: Unleashing Readers Launch Week Favorite read aloud Favorite close read/analysis book Favorite Lit Circle book Book for classroom library

Kid Lit Frenzy: Unleashing Readers Launch Week Favorite read aloud Favorite close read/analysis book Favorite Lit Circle book Book for classroom library

2.20.13 -- Lit. Circle #2 for Non-Fiction chapter books.  Reviewing objectives was followed up by "looks like, sounds like" T Chart for relating discussion to the text.

2.20.13 -- Lit. Circle #2 for Non-Fiction chapter books. Reviewing objectives was followed up by "looks like, sounds like" T Chart for relating discussion to the text.

Students keep track of characters during read aloud to make it interactive- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Students keep track of characters during read aloud to make it interactive- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Good for read aloud or lit circles

Good for read aloud or lit circles

New! Historical fiction book recommendations for Literature Circles on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources website. Visit this page to read recommendations by teachers who have used these books with their students. You'll find links to where you can find more information on each title.

New! Historical fiction book recommendations for Literature Circles on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources website. Visit this page to read recommendations by teachers who have used these books with their students. You'll find links to where you can find more information on each title.

Vocabulary on the move. Each student has a word around their head or maybe a sticky note on their back. They have to go around the room and ask others for clues as to what their word is (synonym, antonym, example, definition, etc. ) they then use their clues to figure out their word.

Vocabulary on the move. Each student has a word around their head or maybe a sticky note on their back. They have to go around the room and ask others for clues as to what their word is (synonym, antonym, example, definition, etc. ) they then use their clues to figure out their word.

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