This set is full of posters, writing, reading prompts, graphic organizers and much more. Reading and retelling is so much more exciting with these printables. Simply laminate and toss in a center as a or guide and make your centers much more effective. Hang the posters around the room for student
Teach your students to summarize a fictional piece of literature by using the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" strategy. This bundle of activities includes many practice opportunities! Students will read and summarize FOURTEEN fictional pieces.Begin by using the 54-slide PowerPoint to introduce the con
This PowerPoint will help you teach your students how to write a summary writing the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" summarizing strategy. It includes FIVE practice opportunities, including two classic stories (Three Billy Goats Gruff and The Emperor's New Clothes) as well as three original short stor
This is a set of 8 task cards. Each card has a short story on them. The students read each card and use the organizer to summarize the story with the SWBST strategy. On the organizer, certain parts of SWBST are filled in. The students must fill in the other parts of the organizer.
Summarizing Fiction Using "Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then" Format. Using the "SWBST" strategy in this format has GREATLY improved my kiddoes summaries of fiction books. I enlarge this chart and we practice together multiple times using read alouds. Then, when they are ready, I shrink this page down
Using the "SWBST" strategy in this format has GREATLY improved my kiddoes summaries of fiction books. I enlarge this chart and we practice together multiple times using read alouds. Then, when they are ready, I shrink this page down to 85% for them to use in their composition book Reader's Notebooks
SWBST: This summary writing kit was designed to provide students with multiple ways to practice summary writing and reading comprehension while staying engaged. It has a fun super hero theme that your kiddos will love. TEACH YOUR STUDENT TO BE A SUMMARY SUPER HERO!Teaching the SWBST strategy is a v
Summarizing plot for reading comprehension the "Reading Apprenticeship" way!Summary writing and plot diagramming can be tricky for some students. This 2-page activity helps connect summarizing with diagramming plot in a clear way! Students will identify the main points of a story using the "Somebod
20 High Interest Passages to practice summarizing with the graphic organizer Somebody Wanted But So Then. Great for any student reading at a 1st grade level. No Prep. Just print and employ.Titles, each passage one page 1. Before the Bike 2. Big Mess 3. Erin and Pat 4. Ann and Gram 5. Iva Fee
Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then retelling strategy is a simple but effective way of helping students retell a story.Included in this pack;* A poster explaining the strategy x 3* Prompt cards* Poster for each part (somebody, wanted, but, so, then)* Desk Strips* Bookmarks* Worksheet - Can be used for
Somebody Wanted But So Then Fairy Tale Story Map and how to write a fairy-tale pack. Students can use this story frame for writing a fairy tale and illustrating it. The packet also includes an elements of a fairytale graphic organizer handout, a castle graphic organizer for story elements, fairy ta
This 11 page SWBST (Somebody Wanted But So Then) bundle is great for helping students learn to summarize text. The various resources which are included accommodate students from a wide range of reading levels. This can be used to build comprehension in whole-group or small-group settings.
Retelling/ Summaring Hand- Somebody Wanted but So Then...
- Summarizing is a skill with which many students struggle. They either tell too much or not enough.
Using the "Somebody Wanted but So Then" prompt students are able to summarize with little difficulty.
- Here's and example using The T
Are your students working on summarizing? Use these graphic organizers to record student thinking while reading. This file includes two graphic organizers for summarizing that follow the format:SomebodyWantedButSoThenThere are pages with and without lines for different age groups.•••••••••••••••••
Have you been looking for a great way to work on summarizing stories with problems and solutions? What about your quest for a graphic organizer that also guides students with how to respond? Look no further! This *FREE* graphic organizer is exactly what you've been seeking!
This collection of resources is for teaching your little ones about summarizing, using the format "Somebody-Wanted-But-So." Every fiction story can pretty much be summarized using this trick (Cinderella wanted to go to the ball, but her stepmother wouldn't let her, so her fairy godmother helped her
Using this EDITABLE worksheet and a video titled "Alma" students have an opportunity to complete a SOMEBODY . WANTED . BUT . SO . graphic organizer and then use the information to write a quality summary of the events in the video.
The video link is: http://vimeo.com/4749536
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This product includes:
3 Graphic Organizers
Print the poster as large or as small as you'd like to display in your classroom, or to use as mini anchor charts for your students to keep at their desks. The graphic organizers can be used individually, with partners, or in liter
This is a reading retell sheet to use the summarizing strategy of "Somebody Wanted But So Then". This pack includes 4 pages total. There are 2 different layouts for students to write and each version comes with lines and without. These can be used with almost any book that has a problem and solution
Are your students having a difficult time writing story summaries? Mine sure did... that is until I introduced the Somebody Wanted But So Then (SWBST) graphic organizer. This made writing a summary so much easier for my class. The poster I've included is what I put up on the board to remind my stude
This is an introduction powerpoint for the somebody, wanted, but, so, then strategy. This is a good strategy to use to begin teaching summarizing. It goes over each part of the strategy. Then it uses a common story to model the strategy.