Everything you need for close reading in your classroom!
*Close reading flipbook-a two sided flip book for students to keep as a reference while close reading. Includes annotating symbols, how to use evidence from the text and what to focus on for each repeated reading.
*Bookmark-a two sided close reading bookmark with annotating marks and sticky note jot spots,
*Posters-set of seven classroom posters to display to remind students the purpose of each reading, annotating marks, and using text evidence.
*Anchor chart pieces-twelve pages of pieces to cut and assemble your own anchor charts.
*Discussion cards-12 fiction, 12 nonfiction discussion cards for small groups. There is also an answer sheet so that you can use for individual instruction; also great for early finishers.
*Annotating the text-a chart to use to help students practice annotating while reading the text.
*An introduction to "What is close reading?"
*Binder cover, monthly pages, and dividers tabs to keep your passages and answer keys organized.
*Directions for printing and assembling flipbook and bookmarks.
*Three monthly themed passages for each month with three reading response pages and answer sheets for each passage. Enough for your week of close reading. Day 1 is focused on main idea and details. Day 2 is focused on vocabulary and text structure. Day 3 is focused on making inferences, theme, and author's craft.
JANUARY-The Presidential Inauguration, New Year's Resolutions, and Winnie the Pooh.
FEBRUARY-Mark Zuckerberg, The Common Cold, and The Super Bowl
MARCH-March Madness, Dr. Seuss, and St. Patrick's Day.
APRIL-April Fools' Day, Earth Day, and National Poetry Month.
MAY-Cinco de Mayo, George Lucas, and The Empire State Building
JUNE-Michael Phelps, Meteor Watching, and The History of the Selfie
JULY/AUGUST-Alex's Lemonade Stand, Summer Olympics, and Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
SEPTEMBER-History of Pizza, Comic Book Day, and Apple Season
OCTOBER-Why do Leaves Change? J.K. Rowling, and In October, We Wear Pink
NOVEMBER-The Day of the Dead, Bill Nye the Science Guy and Election Day
DECEMBER-Rosa Parks, The Wright Brothers, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas
The number of pages included in this bundle includes the answer sheets, not all pages are student pages.
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