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Schema roller...After picking up each piece of paper with my schema roller I talked about how our brains are like that sticky roller.  The things we see, hear, do, read all get stuck in our brains - just like the pieces of paper stuck to this sticky roller.

Crisscross Applesauce In First Grade: Observation and a **Schema Freebie** Teaching Schema with a lint roller Whimsies I just threw one of those away today!

Fabulous example of sharing what's happening in writing workshop!! "Schema Anchor Chart" pinned by Jen Briggs, from simplytheclassroom.blogspot.com

ThanksThis is SUCH an awesome anchor chart for teaching schema -- combine it with the parking lot for schema, new learning, and misconceptions, and itd make a great bulletin board.

Schema Anchor Chart

I feel like a broken record, but if you know my teaching style, you know that I run off of anchor charts and smelly markers .

Pumpkins EVERYWHERE! And Making Connections - The First Grade Parade

Pumpkins EVERYWHERE! And Making Connections (The First Grade Parade)

Schema.  Will keep this on hand for next time I teach about inferences and drawing conclusions.

Schema Anchor Chart: Schema, our mental filing cabinet, is a key element of my theory! Schema can help readers use semantic cues.

Reading Strategies anchor chart for making connections.  Text to text; text to world; text to self

Making Connections Anchor Chart: Can be shown in a different way for upper grades. Still a good basic chart to remind students as they read. Anchor charts are a main element of a literacy-rich classroom

"CHECK OUT OUR SCHEMA" chart.  A student stands under the poster and tells their schema prior to reading a book. **Emphasize to the others in the class that everyone's schema is different. They may not have the same schema as this student does.

"CHECK OUT OUR SCHEMA" chart. A student stands under the poster and tells their schema prior to reading a book. **Emphasize to the others in the class that everyone's schema is different. They may not have the same schema as this student does.

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