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How to use Reading A-Z books in your classroom library:  fold together the pages and the laminated cover, staple the book, then duct tape the spine.  Use different colors of tape for different levels.  Put the same duct tape on the outside of the tub, for easy sorting.

Wicked Fun in First Grade How to use Reading A-Z boooks in your classroom library. After you fold the pages and cut the laminating, (only laminate the cover) you staple the books together. Then,Duct tape! Different colored tape for different levels!

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I created this for my class to study academic vocabulary words. Our building implemented Marzano's strategies for building academic vocabulary and.

Daily 5 Anchor Charts FREEBIE from MrsJonesCreationStation on TeachersNotebook.com (12 pages)

Daily Five Anchor Charts Directions: Complete these Daily 5 Header T-charts on your computer or as a class while introducing Daily 5 in your classroom. {Made to fit on LEGAL size paper} BUY the

Fountas and Pinnell levels tied to common core and RTI....I was looking for some ideas for explaining book levels to parents, and here it is!

Progress Monitoring by Instructional Text Reading Level w/ corresponding month of the school year - Fountas & Pinnell

Mrs. Gilchrist's Class: Author's Purpose Charts

PIE: Author& Purpose (P= Persuade; I = Inform; E = Entertain) (It bugs me that this picture doesn& show it in PIE order! I would have to add a different political figure;

These are great for explaining reading strategies to parents!  Great to give out at Back to School Night and at conferences.

Explain reading strategies to parents! This website is awesome. It has tons of posted lesson plans for all the reading strategies and also ready to print newsletters to parents explaining reading strategies

Life in Fifth Grade: Increasing Students' Thinking! Moving Past "Right There" Questions

Life in Fifth Grade: Increasing Students' Thinking! Moving Past "Right There" Questions- Use questioning to move students thought up the level of blooms.

Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit with critical thinking rubric

Responding to Non-Fiction; modify for use during fourth quarter shift to CC. Change right hand column so there's a "graphic features" and "text features" section to help students remember the difference.

Reader's Notebook for Literature {A HUGE Collection of Flexible Response Pages!} Tons of unique, differentiated options. Grades 1-7 ($)

Reader's Notebook Response Pages for Literature *HALF-PAGE SET

Reader's Notebook for Literature {A HUGE Collection of Flexible Response Pages!} Tons of unique, differentiated options.

Teacher Resources — MRS. LONDON

An acronym for teaching your students how to properly incorporate citations into their writing. Perfect for English teachers at the middle school or high school level. Print out the poster and hang it up in your room!

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Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading. **Can also flag hooks in books. What type of hook did the author use and when writing what type did you use

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