Fables anchor chart

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Teaching fables and folktales is specifically referred to in the Common Core standards. Here is an anchor chart to help students recognize traits of fables

Writing a Narrative Anchor Chart

"Story Starters" This anchor chart displays elements students may want to include in their narrative writing as well as examples of the different type of elements.

I klassrummet har vi våra pennor uppsatta på tavlan som påminner oss om små men ack så viktiga saker när vi skriver. Om du skriver något hemma så kan du titta här och få hjälp med att komma ihåg al…

I klassrummet har vi våra pennor uppsatta på tavlan som påminner oss om små men ack så viktiga saker när vi skriver. Om du skriver något hemma så kan du titta här och få hjälp med att komma ihåg al…

14 - Character Changes Encourage your students to think about how a character changes from the beginning to the middle to the end of a story. Ask them questions like, “What made them change? Who was involved in the change? What did the character learn along the way?”

25 Anchor Charts That Nail Reading Comprehension

CTC Maria Taresa Maria Taresa so far is a static character,because so far in the novel she has remained the same innocent and naive person due to the fact that she doesn't fully understand the depth of her situation.

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