Reading Comprehension

Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
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Reading Comprehension can be a tricky concept for young readers. Reading Comprehension is a skill that requires modeling and practice.Do you have parents that tell you that that their child is reading chapter books but you know that is not truly accurate? Reading comprehension is so important because readers needs to be able to understand what they are reading and to be able to pull important details and facts from the text. Do your students love sticky notes? Do you love sticky notes? Make it Stick: Using Sticky Notes to Make Meaningful Connections to Text makes reading comprehension and story retell fun, engaging, and meaningful. Give your students another way to "show what they know" and help their reading comprehension skills stick!
This reading comprehension resource is great for guided reading instruction, balanced literacy instruction, and for use with both large and small group reading instruction. My students LOVE this and it has truly improved their reading comprehension skills. I love how it gives me a concrete way to assess their reading comprehension skills.
This reading comprehension resource includes:

*A complete description of how to use this resource in your classroom including photographs of it in use, ideas, and suggestions for implementation..
*Colored anchor charts featuring each reading comprehension and text feature strategy. Topics include: Characters, story retell (somebody, wanted, but, so), cause and effect, story sequence, (beginning, middle, end), setting, questions I still have, main idea, Visualization (I can read with my five senses), Connections to the text (text to self, text to text, text to world), and fiction vs. nonfiction. These make a great springboard for balanced literacy mini-lessons
*Eleven sticky note planning pages for students to record and add their responses and connections to the text. The topics correlate with the anchor charts.
*Six sticky note templates using the following symbols: heart (part of the story I loved), + (something I learned), ? (I'm confused), ! (Wow! That's interesting), smiley face (a funny part), star (an important part). Directions to print these patterns onto sticky notes are provided.

*Please note that this resource does not include sticky notes.
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