Close Reading Strategies
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After I posted my lesson on Close Reading and annotating the text a couple of weeks ago, I’ve received quite a few e-mails requesting pictures of the OTHER side of the bookmark: Using sticky notes to Close Read. I had my sixth grade students cut the sticky notes into 3 pieces, and they used them throughout Chapter Six of The Hidden Girl. Don’t forget that the “key terms or main ideas”
The Classroom Key: Taking the Rocket Science out of Close Reading
5 helpful tips to get your students close reading right away!
Teach your students the art of close reading with this slide show that uses a guided release of responsibility to help build their confidence and skills.
Digging deeper is always a goal of educators when teaching reading. When the book Notice and Note by Kylene Beers, Robert E Probst was published and put into circulation, teachers took “notice” of a way to “note” different events in stories that helps students engage in meaningful discussion of literature. These events were called signposts. As a reader comes upon a signpost, they are to notice the signpost and note what it means to them.
Test Prep With Pizzazz: Part 2. When it comes time to "teach to the test," I aim for a couple of experiences that simulate the rigid testing day environment, balanced with more lighthearted explorations of test-taking strategies. (In my last post, I demonstrated Team Test Prep Challenges, another fun way to tackle test prep.)
Informational text Interactive Notebook for grades 7-12!
HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH: This flip book is a quick and easy reference for students for the basics of writing, research and close reading.