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Annotation Made Simple--We most often associate note-taking while reading as lifting key words and phrases from the text and jotting them on separate paper or a graphic organizer.  However, another skill students need is how to annotate a text. It's a form of "talking" to the text while reading it. Although the reader isn't speaking out loud, he is recording his own unique thoughts and questions right on the passage itself.

Annotation Made Simple--We most often associate note-taking while reading as lifting key words and phrases from the text and jotting them on separate paper or a graphic organizer. However, another skill students need is how to annotate a text. It's a form of "talking" to the text while reading it. Although the reader isn't speaking out loud, he is recording his own unique thoughts and questions right on the passage itself.

Understanding Close Reading: Part 1 - What is Close Reading?- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Understanding Close Reading: Part 1 - What is Close Reading?- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Close Reading: Common Core Strategy - The Teacher Next Door - Creative Ideas From My Classroom To Yours

Close Reading: Common Core Strategy - The Teacher Next Door - Creative Ideas From My Classroom To Yours

Useful graphic organizer to help students build an argument.

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Useful graphic organizer to help students build an argument.

Latin/Greek Roots...Click on the picture to obtain all roots from A-Z

Latin/Greek Roots...Click on the picture to obtain all roots from A-Z

advanced essay writing, the research paper graphic organizer

advanced essay writing, the research paper graphic organizer

CHART ANTONYMS GR 3-6

Chart antonyms gr 3-6

Excellent Chart Featuring 6 Reading Comprehension Strategies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Excellent Chart Featuring 6 Reading Comprehension Strategies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

This is brilliant! Helps me think through my characters, and I think it'd be fun to randomize for side characters...

This is brilliant! Helps me think through my characters, and I think it'd be fun to randomize for side characters...

To read effectively: 1.Number Paragraphs 2. Logically chunk the reading into groups of paragraphs to make it manageable 3. Underline specifically (claims, imagery, key terms, figurative language) 4. Left margin: What is the author saying/summary of chunk 5. Right margin: What is the author doing? ask a question about the chunk

To read effectively: 1.Number Paragraphs 2. Logically chunk the reading into groups of paragraphs to make it manageable 3. Underline specifically (claims, imagery, key terms, figurative language) 4. Left margin: What is the author saying/summary of chunk 5. Right margin: What is the author doing? ask a question about the chunk

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