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Based on current research on maintaining health, this resource gives students the opportunity to practice reading informational text and integrate the arts!Why use Healthy Habits: Informational Text for Students to Visualize and Illustrate? We want our children to know how to keep themselves health
Grades:
1st - 4th
Standards Met and Summary of This Lesson This is a 21 page common core-aligned unit that focuses on the critical thinking skill, visualizing. Students will learn to create an image in their mind as they read. They will also make connections to their own lives and describe the images and connections
Here's the Thanksgiving story, for the children to visualize and illustrate! It’s easy for the teacher, and fun for the students! (And Educational!)Why use The Thanksgiving Story: Informational Text for Visualizing and Illustration? When children illustrate a story, it internalizes the learning. Th
LESSON FOCUS: The focus of this lesson is on the skill VISUALIZING/SENSORY IMAGES. Students will be introduced/reminded of what visualizing is, what happens when you do not have good visualizing strategies, how to become stronger visualizers, and practice with their visualizing skills. They are
This item is included in my Reading Comprehension Strategy Resource Binder.This 25 page resource contains various activities for you to use while teaching the reading comprehension strategy of Visualizing. This resource includes: 3 different mini-posters, bookmarks, a full page of activity ideas,
This is one of my favorite reading skills we teach in the classroom! Kids love to use their imagination, so it's only natural that we help them to channel this skill into visualizing and connecting with the books they read. This kit includes a writing template and 8 choices of sunglasses to complet
Visualizing text and making connections are essential to reading comprehension. This packet consists of 10 original texts where students are asked to read and draw a visualization based on their understanding of the text. Students are asked to cite context clues and make connections in the follow u
Visualizing is one of the first comprehension strategies that your students need to master! If they are able to decode and read fairly fluently, but struggle with comprehension, they need to start with visualizing. Practice it in your GR group; have them do this as a literacy center or station. T
Visualizing text and making connections are essential to reading comprehension. This worksheet consists of an original text where students are asked to read and draw a visualization based on their understanding of the text. Students are asked to cite context clues and make connections in the follow
I couldn't find a graphic organizer for students to record text information that helps them visualize, so I put this together for my kids. I thought I'd share with those who may need something like this too.
Grades:
2nd - 5th
This product is designed to help your students with two comprehension strategies; asking questions and visualizing a text. This product could be used for modeling a comprehension strategy, giving a focus point for partner work during, or formative assessment for these comprehension strategies.
Visualize the Text Reading Response Graphic Organizer for Comprehension This cute reading response comprehension sheet allows your students to be guided to draw what they Visualize from the text and write about it! It is Common Core Aligned. It has an "I can" statement at the top so that student
These Reading Response Bookmarks were created to be used as a weekly assignment in my Literature Circle Groups. Each bookmark \ digital response page is focused on an Active Reading Strategy: This Download is based on the Active Reading Strategy: Visualizing | Visualize while students read. This pro
This is the same texts in a "think aloud" format. Visualizing text and making connections are essential to reading comprehension. This packet consists of 10 original texts where students are asked to read and draw a visualization based on their understanding of the text. Students are asked to cite
Students read original text and draw a visualization based on context clues and prior knowledge. Students are asked to cite details that helped them. The follow-up questions ask students to infer and make connections based on their reading and the visualization that they created. Perfect for grades
My 'readers gonna read' series is designed to help our middle years students develop good reading habits. These worksheets are quick and easy activities that students can do independently at the end of a reading session, or as part of a revision activity. They can be a fun formative assessment to un
Students read original text and draw a visualization based on context clues and prior knowledge. Students are asked to cite details that helped them. The follow-up questions ask students to infer and make connections based on their reading and the visualization that they created. Perfect for grades
Visualizing text and making connections are essential to reading comprehension. This packet consists of 2 additional original texts, not included in my original collection of 9, where students are asked to read and draw a visualization based on their understanding of the text. Students are asked to
Visualizing Vocabulary is a version of vocabulary practice that I developed for my work as an urban high school, reading intervention teacher. I wanted an activity that kids could use in multiple subject areas to not only practice, but actually learn, new vocabulary words. Since then, I have used
As a high school English teacher in the South Bronx, I've come to see that one of the most critical reading strategies to teach my students who have trouble accessing a challenging text (such as The Great Gatsby) is visualization. Giving students the confidence and ability to make a text come to lif
Students read original text and draw a visualization based on context clues and prior knowledge. Students are asked to cite details that helped them. The follow-up questions ask students to infer and make connections based on their reading and the visualization that they created. Perfect for grades
Used with In My National Park Backyard, students in grades 2 through 5 engage in lessons and activities written in a “gradual release” format (“I Do, We Do, Do Together, Do Alone”).  Students increase their vocabulary through games like "Act & Guess" and Memory.   Independent practice is provide
Use this handy dandy handout to help students visualize the purpose of the five main text structures used by authors of nonfiction texts: cause & effect, compare & contrast, description, problem & solution, and sequence.
This template can be used to help students see the difference between a show sentence and tell sentence. Simile's and metaphors in mentor texts can be cut and pasted into the show sentence boxes. This is also an effective way to illustrate the meaning of an idiom. Students are asked to illustrate

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