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Here are some examples of the anchor charts you and your students can create for your own classroom!
This is an example of an inference anchor chart that can be used for this unit as well as all year long within a classroom.
Compare and contrasting anchor charts can be used as great models to the characteristics and qualities you as a teacher would like your students to compare and contrast as your students learn knew material.
This is a great visualizing anchor chart that can be used with post its within any classroom. Students can use post its to write down any visualizing references they have to texts they are reading and add them to the chart as they locate them within the text.
This anchor chart displays an excellent variety of techniques that can be used to teach reading. It displays metacognition, connections, QAR strategies, and author's purpose. It can be used in conjunction to a variety to activities within a classroom.
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