Spelling think dot.  Reading -- use something like: summarize; find evidence of imagery; find evidence of exposition; find an exclamatory sentence; Identify a protagonist and a foil; describe the rising action, climax, falling action and denouement -- do these occur in this order?; Which character do you most identify with and why? Find figurative language.... Might need two dice for this one.

Spelling think dot. Reading -- use something like: summarize; find evidence of imagery; find evidence of exposition; find an exclamatory sentence; Identify a protagonist and a foil; describe the rising action, climax, falling action and denouement -- do these occur in this order?; Which character do you most identify with and why? Find figurative language.... Might need two dice for this one.

See Jane Teach Multiage: February 2013

See Jane Teach Multiage: February 2013

$3.00 -- Good Readers Comprehension Strategies #goodreaders #comprehension

Good Readers: Comprehension Strategies

Okay, let's admit it; writing words over and over and over and over and over and...  (you get the point) just isn't the most exciting way to...

Okay, let's admit it; writing words over and over and over and over and over and... (you get the point) just isn't the most exciting way to...

This packet contains graphic organizers to use with any fiction book. It covers all of the Common Core State Standards for Literature. It also includes many of the speaking and listening standards. The handouts are intended to be used with partners or groups of students so that there is a lot of discussion. I have used them in my first grade classroom and they worked quite well when combined with anchor charts. After introducing them, I use them during my literacy center/daily 5 time.

First Grade CCSS Literature Packet

This packet contains graphic organizers to use with any fiction book. It covers all of the Common Core State Standards for Literature. It also includes many of the speaking and listening standards. The handouts are intended to be used with partners or groups of students so that there is a lot of discussion. I have used them in my first grade classroom and they worked quite well when combined with anchor charts. After introducing them, I use them during my literacy center/daily 5 time.

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