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Are You a Text Talker Using the Language of Textual Evidence
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This freebie is a quick cheat-sheet for students to remind themselves of the text-based language called for by students in ELA, in particular, during and while participating in teacher-directed close readings of text. These sentence starters give students a head start on how to begin their thinking and use text-based language when orally citing evidence from the text.

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English Language Arts
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Hello Literacy
Date Added:
08/15/2018
First and Last Day of School Photo Signs
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A Back to School must-have. Take pictures of your students in front of the school on the first day, holding the first day sign, and again in front of the school (ideally the same exact spot), holding the last day sign.ÿ

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Hello Literacy
Date Added:
08/15/2018
Sampler: Poems for Building Reading Fluency Writing Stamina K-1
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If you're at all like me, you're always looking for short poems for your emerging readers. Learning letter sounds, sight words, word endings, etc., is essential but doesn't do any good if students don't have enough opportunities to take that isolated learning to the task of real reading. This product includes 20 original poems (by me) in 2 formats for emerging readers and writers. This is a reading and "writing with a twist" product. Not only will students be reading and rereading poems daily, students will also be copying the poems to strengthen hand muscles, increase writing stamina and word production speed. There *is* value to copying. I can't tell you the number of times that I see students take 20-30 minutes to write something that should take them 5, or 2nd graders who complain "my hand hurts" after 5 minutes of copying a paragraph off the board. Being able to produce letters and words quickly is an essential skill...and the short burst "Read & Copy" Book in this product gives students an opportunity to be cognizant and aware of the time it takes them to write. There is a weekly graph included so when you assemble the Read & Copy books for students each month, the graph would be the last page. The graph is designed to raise writing stamina awareness and give students an opportunity to set writing stamina goals from month to month.

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English Language Arts
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Activity/Lab
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Hello Literacy
Date Added:
08/15/2018
Somebody Wanted But So (SWBS) Chart Make Your Own Reusable Chart
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Somebody...Wanted...But...So.... is a predictable plot structure in fiction and narrative non-fiction stories. It a reading comprehension strategy which helps students understand the WHO, WHAT, WHY & HOW of a text in the following way....

a character or person....
is trying to do something....
but can't (yet) for one reason or another....
until something happens and they can do what they want to do.

Here is a fiction example:

The wolf...
wants some sugar..
but the pigs won't give it to him...
so, he blows them away.

Here's a non-fiction example:

Rosa Parks...
wants to sit on her seat in the bus...
but the bus driver tells her move to the back of the bus...
so she refuses to give up her seat...
then she got arrested which started a civil rights movement.

You supply the tag board and the stories and I supply the rest. Create this colorful eye-catching SWBS or SWBST chart once, and can re-use it again and again with your guided reading groups or with any group reading lesson. Sticky notes are are also helpful. You can prewrite what gets written on the sticky notes ahead of time or compose it together with your students.

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English Language Arts
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Activity/Lab
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Hello Literacy
Date Added:
08/15/2018
Unknown Print Concepts Class at a Glance Sheet
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Use this form as a formative assessment sheet to keep track of students who "don't" know all their print concepts to quick pull together small groups of students to work on the same skill or concept. Ideal for documentation of Tier 1 RTI classroom interventions.

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English Language Arts
Material Type:
Assessment
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Hello Literacy
Date Added:
08/15/2018
Write On: A Fun Seasonal Sheet North Pole Express Christmas
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These sheets were created and designed to be used "outside" of Writing Workshop as a "Working on Writing" Daily 5 option, at a Writing Center, Creation Station, for early finishers, possibly homework, maybe even for those reluctant writers who can never think of anything to write about. Students do like a little spark when it comes to writing, and hopefully these fun sheets will do just that for the creative and imaginative writer in all our students! Here's something else kids LOVE to do...COLOR! Kids will love this eye-catching clipart and word banks, if necessary. Teachers will love that there are options for using just the front and/or the front and back. Teachers will also love that there are two line options; less lines and more lines, depending on the stage of your writers.

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English Language Arts
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Activity/Lab
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Hello Literacy
Date Added:
08/15/2018
Write On: A Fun Seasons Sheet Johnny Appleseed
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These sheets were created and designed to be used "outside" of Writing Workshop as a "Working on Writing" Daily 5 option, at a Writing Center, Creation Station, for early finishers, possibly homework, maybe even for those reluctant writers who can never think of anything to write about. Students do like a little spark when it comes to writing, and hopefully these fun sheets will do just that for the creative and imaginative writer in all our students! Here's something else kids LOVE to do...COLOR! Kids will love this eye-catching clipart and word banks, if necessary. Teachers will love that there are options for using just the front and/or the front and back. Teachers will also love that there are two line options; less lines and more lines, depending on the stage of your writers.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Hello Literacy
Date Added:
08/15/2018