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Student Book Box Cards= rack cards, flyers, OR over sized postcards  laminated...

Thick & Thin questions: great strategy for teaching students that have difficulty with answering questions! I find these thin an thick questions valuable for my grade 2 class. It helps students really think deeply about a topic.

Free Bloom's Question Prompts......Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

Bloom's Question Prompts - This worksheet provides examples of questions that could be asked of students regarding texts that they have read at the various levels of Blooms Taxonomy.

Questions: Building the Foundation for Critical Thinking

Details about NEW SCHOOL CLASSROOM POSTER - Questions for Building Your Brainpower

Questions: Building the Foundation for Critical Thinking Language Arts Writing PosterEnvy Poster - Common Core Standards & National Curriculum Frameworks

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Comprehension Skill Graphic Organizer: Author's Purpose FREEBIE Rik Roberts - "It's Funny Now" Comedy Demo - "The Mayberry Method is a "soft.

Marzano

The Robert Marzano's 9 Effective Instructional Strategies Infographic summarizes the 9 instructional strategies to improve students' learning.

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10 Must Make Anchor Charts for Reading

Helping primary students understand close reading ~ Love this anchor chart shared by Andrea Knight!

Thick and thin questions - I see this as a two-tab or a Shutterfold.

Reading - add into unit with thick and thin.Thick and thin questions reading-anchor-charts

3 Simple Strategies to Develop Students’ Critical Thinking « Education to Save the World

3 Simple Strategies to Develop Students’ Critical Thinking

Questions - Critical Thinking - Excellent mini guide to help students understand and apply critical thinking. Great for a teacher to use to guide their questioning techniques during book discussion too.

5 Simple Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension {from Pre-K and beyond} | This Reading Mama

5 Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension

5 Simple Ways to Improve Reading Comprehension - This Reading Mama. This is mainly an ad for Snap, an online learning tool.

The Teaching Thief: Favorite Picture Books for Teaching Comprehension

The Teaching Thief: Favorite Picture Books for Teaching Comprehension Love the thinking stems anchor.

Generating questions...love the reusability of this anchor chart.

questioning strategy: This would be a neat display to have in the classroom to encourage students to ask questions about things they are curious about. Asking lots of questions helps students clarify their thoughts.

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Guided Reading...for those high readers!

Higher order thinking questions after reading - Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Guided Reading.for those high readers!

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