The Grand Finale of The Reading Strategies Book ~ Check Out Strategy 13 ~ Improving Writing About Reading!

Hello and welcome to the final installment of Teaching Little Miracles' link-up:


http://teachinglittlemiracles.blogspot.com/2017/08/the-reading-strategies-book-study-goal.html

Goal 13 - Improving Writing About Reading

This goal is mine, too!  I'm always trying to express myself in a more clear, succinct and interesting way when I write in my blog.  Writing well is a lifelong quest for many of us!

 *Strategy 13.7 - What's Worth Keeping

This skill is key in some many ways, and it's an essential skill when it comes to summarizing!

what's worth keeping




*Strategy 13.8 - Five-Sentence Summary

I LOVE and use this strategy all the time!

summarizing


I love how this anchor chart incorporates transition works, too!




*Strategy 13.10 Note Taking Helps to Understand Non-Fiction

This is the perfect lifelong skill that helps all through school, college and beyond!  I wish someone had taught me this back in the day (sometimes I wonder how I survived without all this direct instruction; although I guess in the end we adapt and teach ourselves):


taking notes


I demonstrate this strategy with my third graders as I make live-action anchor charts when we read in our Science and Social Studies books.  Before they know it, they'll need to read the book themselves and take notes.


If you'd like to catch up from the beginning of this book study, head here:
The Reading Strategies Book - Breaking It Down
Goals 1 and 2
Goals 3 and 4
Goals 5 and 6
Goals 7 and 8
Goals 9 and 10 
Goals 11 and 12 

As always, thank you so much for visiting and reading my blog!  It means so much to me!  You're the BEST!

 


1 comment

  1. Hi Susan! Thanks for linking up and following along with this book study. I hope you have a wonderful school year!

    Crystal

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