Ever wanted to pull small groups of students in your classroom but don’t know where to begin? There are many methods used to groups students and have them work together, but one method I’ve used that really works is Daily 5.
If your having trouble implementing close reading in your class, here is something that can absolutely help you. This is a complete Close Reading Unit about Dinosaurs. Everything you would need to teach a unit on Dinosaurs is here! There are close reading passages, close reading instructions, text dependent questions and more. Also included is a complete Dinosaur Research Report, a separate product included here for FREE!!! Check it out and let us know what you think. We also have other Close Reading Units, look us up on TeachersPayTeachers! Thanks for looking, talk to you soon!
We found this article that we think might be helpful if you are implementing close reading in your classroom. For many teachers, especially ones that have “been around for a while”, close reading can be somewhat of a mystery. If you want to give it a try we recommend tip #10 (this should have been tip #1) Do you have any tips for close reading? Let us know! Thanks for looking!
We found this list of anchor charts for close reading. If you are having trouble with close reading, these charts may help. There are a lot to choose from so take a look! Giving kids a list of things to do may help to improve this skill. You may find some things you like or even dislike. Do you think these charts are helpful? Let us know and thanks for looking!