Printable Activity: This foldable interactive notebook craft activity is a unique book report template for any book. It works well for elementary, ESL, speech therapy and special education students. Students can draw pictures or write descriptions. The last page has 32 book report writing prompts. W
This is a fun little way to teach the kids how to write a short, simple summary after finding the main idea and a few details. They summarize a chapter or any reading selection and "text" a summary of it to their friends! Short and sweet.See the preview to see what the template looks like!TERMS OF U
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Scaffold different reading comprehension strategies with this great little bundle of reading strategy templates!
Give your students practice with the following reading strategies:
- Compare and Contrast
- Cause and Effect
Most students benefit from high structure to experience success and learning. I have even had students tell me that they used the essay template in University or College! Please find the templates that I use to scaffold my students' learning regardless of grade and ability-level. These templates en
5 Summarizing Templates for use in the Dual Immersion Spanish Primary Classroom. Illustrate the setting, the characters, the problem and events. Story Structure Template. Includes lined writing paper and writing paper with room for illustration. PDF format.
This template is related to a research project about a famous city. Students can use an encyclopedia to look up their city and then fill out the summarizing template with facts.
Extension - Use travel guides for students to add more information.
Use the provided materials to have your students practice their recounting/summarizing skills and create a super cute bulletin board at the same time!Teacher Notes:-Have students select a book that they have recently read and use one of the provided summary sheets to record key details -The shee
Use the provided materials to get to know your students at the beginning of the year and create a super cute bulletin board at the same time!Teacher Notes• Have students select a book that they read over the summer and use one of the provided summary sheets to record key details• The sheets are diff
One of the best ways to help students become engaged and informed on the current issues of the day is by watching the most recent political debates. Whether it be a general election, primary race, gubernatorial race, senate, or even a presidential race, students love hearing the arguments and debate
This tool helps students create a topic sentence for what they are reading about and then chunk the text apart by paragraphs so that they extract appropriate and significant information one paragraph at a time.
This the colorful template used for summarizing fictional text. It works with any book and can be differentiated for different grades and different learners. Common Core State Standards Addressed- RL K.2, RL K.3, RL 1.3, RL 2.1, RL 3.2
Help students explain how specific details support the development of theme of central idea of any given text. Teachers can add the elements of theme in the template that they wish to see from students. Can be done digitally if you are a digital school
This is the writing template that I use to teach my 2nd graders summarizing. I start by reading aloud a picture book to them and then modeling how to use the template with chart paper. After we do this several times and I think they understand the process, they read a book and summarize it on their
This template can be used with any selection of text or video. The template asks students to narrow their thinking to the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the selection of text or video and then use that information to create a GIST summary.
This template gives a visual aid for students that struggle with writing a summary of an article or chapter. The student predicts what the article is about by looking at the title, section headings and any illustrations. They then summarize each chapter in a separate box and at the end revisit the
I have created two templates for summarizing strategies. The ticket out the door and the 3-2-1 Pyramid! Feel free to download them and use them in your classroom.
The ticket out the door is a great way for students to summarize what they have learned, answer a question, and/or ask you a question.
Use it as a center, home reading activity, or an in class activity. Once kids understand the system of how events interconnect they can use this organizer not only to retell and summarize, but as an outline for written summaries. The colors are specifically designed to work with color coding used in