These bookmarks make an excellent companion when teaching generalizing for reading comprehension. Students can use these bookmarks as an aid for locating generalizations in text, and also use the clue words in order to form their own generalizations
English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Handouts, Guided Reading Books, Literature Circles
This PowerPoint presentation goes along with the SLAM extended response acronym:
State part of the question in your answer.
Locate evidence from the story.
Add your own ideas.
Makes a meaningful conclusion.
I use this with my students when I
This worksheet is used to form individual writing goals for students, based on the six traits of writing. I choose one trait of writing for students to focus on for their next writing assignment, and once they've mastered that area we move on to
I used these in my classroom after I showed students my SLAM PowerPoint presentation. We filled in the acronym as a class and then I let them decorate them how they wanted! I laminated them in order for them to be more sturdy for the kids.
In my classroom, I have created a Word Wall using the Amazing Words from the Scott Foresman Reading Street (2013) edition. Included are the "Amazing Words" from all six units.
Aside from having the actual word wall, I use this as an incentive for
I use this writing rubric for every writing assignment my students turn in. I have them "grade" themselves before I grade and leave comments for them. I also use this to form individual writing goals for my students, based on what traits they need
This PowerPoint is a Common Core Aligned writing assignment that allows students to choose their own snow removal company and create a brochure. The rubric comes from the Reading Street 2013 textbook.
Afflerbach, P. (2013). Reading Street: Grade