This is a set of two graphic organizers about sequencing. The first is filled in and can be used as an anchor chart to teach the sequence text structure. The second graphic organizer has the same format but is blank so it can be used with other texts.
LANGUAGE YR Research-based Reading Comprehension Strategies Posters Perfect for reading all fiction and nonfiction texts!
"I, Too" by Langston Hughes - Poem Activities
"I, Too" Poem Activities - This is a great Langston Hughes poem to teach metaphor, symbolism, and the Harlem Renaissance, as well as a wonderful text for Black History Month. Pre-reading discussion questions and line-by-line reading comprehension graphic organizers make poetry analysis easy!
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Fiction and Nonfiction Reading Activities for the whole year! Perfect for Reading Centers & Guided Reading. Pair these Fiction and Nonfiction Reading Graphic Organizers with ANY text for a No-Prep Reading Activity. | 4th Grade Reading | 5th Grade Reading | 6th Grade Reading | Reading Strategies | Guided Reading Ideas | Main Idea & Supporting Details | Text Structure | Making Inferences | Context Clues | Theme | Compare & Contrast | Cause & Effect | Nonfiction Text Features
Has your school made the switch to Common Core? Easily show mastery of each reading skill using this set of (adorable ) Graphic Organizers. 16 Graphic Organizers in total. Help your students dig deep into the Common Core reading standards. Each organizer
Looking for free reading graphic organizers that will help your students think critically and deeply as they read, while meeting the common core reading standards? Grab this free set of reading graphic organizers that include organizers to address: comparing and contrasting, determining the theme, asking questions, summarizing fiction, finding the main idea, and understanding cause and effect. Click to grab this set for free.