BUNDLE of 15 Quick References and Anchor Charts Middle School ELA

Grade Levels
5th - 9th
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40 pages
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This MASSIVE BUNDLE of 15 versatile Quick References and Anchor Charts provides the key points your students need to be successful in Middle School ELA. This versatile bundle can be printed as posters, quick references for students, notes, or study guides.

★ 15 Quick References/Anchor Charts for: Author’s Craft, Grammar, Reading Comprehension, Communications, and Test Taking including:

★ Rhetorical Triangle
★Author’s Craft and Rhetorical Devices
★Writing Process
★Citing Evidence
★Be Specific in Writing
★Parts of Speech Job Posting
★Comma Rules
★Figurative Language, Sound Effects, Literary Devices
★Greek and Latin Word Parts
★Reading Strategies
★Finding the Main Idea of an Informational Text
★Making Connections While Reading
★Informational Text Features
★Engaging Speeches and Presentations
★Test Taking Strategies

A tool that serves 2 purposes:
1) Print as anchor chart posters and hang in your room for easy reference throughout the year
2) Print all Quick References and give to students to reference throughout the year

This bundle includes excellent resource to give students as a study guide, a scaffold, or hang as an anchor chart in your room. See the list below for specific ways to use each Quick Reference/Anchor Chart:

★ Rhetorical Triangle: A scaffold for students to analyze author’s craft and introductory notes to the Rhetorical Triangle
★Author’s Craft and Rhetorical Devices: A study guide for rhetorical devices and a quick reference when drafting analytical writing compositions
★Writing Process: A study guide for the writing process and a quick reference while drafting writing
★Citing Evidence: An anchor chart with sentence starters to cite evidence in writing and a scaffold to support students in analytical writing compositions
★Be Specific in Writing: An anchor chart to improve writing skills and a scaffold to use when revising writing
★Parts of Speech Job Posting: Notes to introduce Parts of Speech and a quick reference that compares each Part of Speech to a job role to make the concept sticky
★Comma Rules: Notes/ study guide to review comma rules and an anchor chart for quick reference in your classroom
★Figurative Language, Sound Effects, Literary Devices: Study guide for Reading Literature standards and a quick reference to analyze author’s craft in fictional texts
★Greek and Latin Word Parts: Study guide for Greek and Latin prefixes, roots, and suffixes and an anchor chart to improve reading comprehension yearlong
★Reading Strategies: A quick reference to improve reading comprehension and an anchor chart to scaffold foundational reading skills
★Finding the Main Idea of an Informational Text: An anchor chart outlining key steps to read an informational text and a study guide for CCSS-aligned tests
★Making Connections While Reading: An anchor chart in your classroom to make reading relevant
★Informational Text Features: An anchor chart to analyze info text structure and a quick reference when analyzing/writing informational texts
★Engaging Speeches and Presentations: A quick reference with key points to develop and give effective presentations
★Test Taking Strategies: An anchor chart to hang in your rooms with critical test-taking strategies and a quick reference to give students before a test

★ PPT Quick Reference/Anchor Charts for Middle School with Table of Contents Overview and 15 Quick References
★ PDF formatted as an 8.5 by 11 (Ready to Print)


Author's Craft & Rhetorical Devices Anchor Chart + Foundational Student Handout

Comma Rules Anchor Chart

ELA: Figurative Language, Effect of Sound, and Logical Paragraph Order LessonELA: Figurative Language, Effect of Sound, and Logical Paragraph Order LessonComma Rules Review

(Written by Middle School Writer, Mara Truslow, Copyright 2016).
Total Pages
40 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.
Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.


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