Wall support for nonfiction writing assignments!
This colorful wall or easel chart is a perfect reference for writing elementary nonfiction summaries.
One glance helps kids in grades 3 to 6 remember the key steps in fully explaining what they learned from a nonfiction book...and it shows any classroom visitors what you are working on during readers workshop.
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I provide two different options for creating this anchor chart:
You can use the cut-and-glue kit. Print it out on standard paper, trim it a little and put it together. Laminate it and you'll be able to use it year after year!
I also include a small version for you to 3-hole punch and put in a notebook. Your students will have access to the information even after you take down the anchor chart.
Make teaching reading more effective for your students in third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades.
PDF printable downloads include:
Full instructions for usage and printing
Cut-and-gule kit for a 27 x 33 inch (69 x 84 cm) poster
Page to 3-hole-punch and place in a notebook
Common Core Standards
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
Determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.
Describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.
Grade 3: RI.3.1., RI.3.2., RI.3.3.
Grade 4: RI.4.1., RI.4.2., RI.4.3.
Grade 5: RI.5.1., RI.5.2., RI.5.3.
Grade 6: RI.6.1., RI.6.2., RI.6.3.
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~ Betsy Weigle