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Close Reading: How I was Seduced (and a freebie


I am loving this Close Reading Toolbox!! It's just perfect for teaching students close reading strategies when given non-fiction passages. The insert helps teach students how to use different tools with informational texts. I can't wait to use this with a variety of reading activities. My 4th and 5th grade students are going to love this!!

from WeAreTeachers

Reading With Pen in Hand: Teaching Annotation in Close Reading

Our "Close Reading" Annotation Symbols. In our class, we call it "Reading with a pencil". For this unit of study we focused on "?", "!", and "✭".

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Close Reading Symbols Posters & Bookmarks, Autumn, Fall, Halloween, ANY Topic

These Close Reading symbol charts & bookmarks are a must have during your close reading lessons! The file includes charts (2 color and 2 blackline masters) and bookmarks (1 color and 1 blackline master). You can use these as anchor charts, as posters, in notebooks, or in your students' close reading folder.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

10 Close Reading Questions all Readers Should Be Asking Anchor Charts

10 Questions related to close reading strategies for your classroom! Whole group, small group or guided reading ready.

from The Measured Mom

What is close reading

What is close reading, anyway? This post shares exactly what it it is, with a free printable close reading bookmark and poster - plus a detailed lesson and link to free curriculum!