Over 200 pages to engage your students with informational close reading passages, writing pages/organizers, themed math activities, and craftivities that are ready to go! (I'm loving this bundle!) Lots of rich topics, details, vocabulary, graphic organizers, and facts! Each subject has a daily
Close Reading/Annotation Grading RubricThis is a great rubric to use when first introducing students to annotated text. I show this to students before they complete the assignment so they know what I am looking for in their work.Includes 2 pages, one in color and one in black and white.*************
This is a great concise two page close reading with interesting visuals and key concepts for social science clearly stated. The close reading has wide margins for annotation. It comes with an annotation guide. Key common core vocabulary for social sciences are bold throughout. The readings details t
Everyone loves TPCASTT. It’s a good acronym to guide students through the process of reading a poem, but oftentimes my students are so intimidated by a poem that they can’t even get started. So I teach my students these four steps before reading a poem. Each one of these steps is designed to help st
This digital Reading and Writing conference notebook will help you stay organized during your reading conferences, writing conferences, and small group time without having to make a ton of copies or carry around a huge binder for your conferences with your students! This product is made for PDF anno
Take your students through a close reading experience with these highly designed annotation anchor charts. The chart takes your readings through three reads, each time reading with a different purpose. This is a great routine to teach your students to use with everyday reading. These 24 inch by 3
This booklet contains full text for 6 short stories that I was able to locate under public domain on the internet. I formatted the stories for the booklet so that students may freely mark on the pages to do annotations during their close reading. The stories are:
-The Lady or the Tiger by Frank Sto
Common Core Aligned. This package includes a a variety of resources to help students develop active reading skills and annotation techniques for informational texts. PPT lecture explains the strategies for active reading and techniques for annotations. Student notes outline each step for annotatin
Close reading a text is an essential skill to teach, especially in a high school English class following a Common Core aligned curriculum. My annotation strategy teaches students to record the gist of each paragraph or chunk of text on the right and talk back to the text using symbols on the left. F
Junior Intermediate Close Reading Annotation Symbols Posters Ink Saver & Color
Let's get reading, and understanding, and connecting!
These Junior/Intermediate close reading annotation posters reinforce successful reading strategies for your students.
Visually a little more mature than the ty
-Reading Strategies and Thinking Stems Bookmark (2 bookmarks per page)
Great activity for use with any assigned reading! Introduce effective research-based reading strategies to build comprehension of any text. I use the bookmarks to help students identify what to annotate. Students use th
Help your students to read like detectives as they complete two annotation close reading activities for chapters 1 and 21 in To Kill a Mockingbird. After reading chapter 1, students complete the activity which focuses on Harper Lee's masterful development of setting (simile, alliteration, and onoma
Annotation Organizer: Active Reading Strategy
This annotation organizer supports close and active reading by prompting students to write questions, comments, connections, and predictions while reading. Students ask themselves and respond to multiple levels of questions related to behaviors and act
Common Core Aligned. No prep, turnkey "Close Reading" exercises that guide and challenge students to develop thoughtful, critical analysis of three different excerpts from The Giver.
1. The Sled
2. Learning about War
3. The Ceremony of the 12
Unique acronyms provide students with focus and direct
This product includes the complete text of the short story or narrative essay "Names / Nombres" written by Julia Alvarez, presented in a student friendly and EL friendly format. It also includes worksheet activities to use while reading the narrative or short story text. The student text strategica
Expository Text Annotation: Close Reading Strategies by Darla Brink
Complete teaching and learning tools for annotating expository text through close reading strategies. Includes a teacher guide and a student handout for close reading strategies; teaching tips for annotating text, differentiated in
This product includes:complete text of the short story "The Fun They Had" written by Isaac Asimov, presented in a student friendly and EL friendly format.Worksheet for comparing and contrasting the futuristic school and the history school described in the story, and the students' own schools they ex
This is my version of Close reading annotation marks bookmark. I laminate these and put one on each desk for students to refer to when CLOSE reading. Great for any grade!!!
Let me know if you would like different colors and I will be glad to accommodate you !
Romeo & Juliet Guided Annotation Reading UnitThe unit is separated into 12 lessons. In each lesson, the students will read the assigned scenes using the linked text from No Fear Shakespeare that provides side-by-side original text and modern translation.Each lesson focuses on a literary device p
This aesthetic slideshow lesson for Microsoft PowerPoint® and Google Slides® will teach students how to annotate text. Suitable for distance learning and Google Classroom®. Explore Langston Hughes' poem "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" to model the annotation process with your students.INTERACTIVE SLI
This is an inspirational reading to do with your secondary U.S. History students. I usually assign this reading on the first day of school. At the same time, I teach them how to annotate the text. This purchase includes a one-page excerpt of President John F. Kennedy's "On History" describing why h
So, what we have created for you is an introductory teacher directed mini-lesson on how to close read and annotate text effectively. We know, we’re excited about it, too!Tell Me More:We have created an editable presentation (keynote, Powerpoint, and PDF formats) that contains the basic elements of