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Expository writing allows the writer to inform, describe or explain to the reader what is occurring with the topic being discussed. Here are a few tips to help students write a clear and organized expository text.

Expository text anchor chart--Adventures of a Grade Teacher: What We've Been Up To in Room 117

Not sure if I've ever been more proud of anything in my life...my first anchor chart!

This anchor chart lists the types of figurative language and gives the definition and examples of each. I like the color and simple drawings to help the students recall the information at a glance.

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I don't understand basketball... (Buzzing with Ms. B)

Buzzing with Ms. B: I don't understand basketball. read about how this helps me understand the importance of teaching characteristics of genre to our readers! Anchor Chart for Reading Genres included!

Life in 4B...: Figurative Langauge: Literal vs. Author's Meaning

Life in Figurative Langauge: Literal vs. Author's Meaning Read the post - more good stuff for notebooks, etc.

Literary Elements Anchorchart

The Creative Apple: Literary Elements anchor chart and freebie so children can make notes add organization of events (cause/effect, problem/solution.

Text Structure Anchor Chart: Chronological Order, Cause & Effect, Problem & Solution, Compare & Contrast *****

My Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts

Great resource for grade.Text Structure Anchor Chart: Chronological Order, Cause & Effect, Problem & Solution, Compare & Contrast

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Teaching With a Mountain View: Independent Reading Response Anchor Charts.great ticket out the door parking lot for sticky notes

Possessive Nouns Anchor Chart - image only

Possessive Nouns Anchor Chart I like this anchor chart layout because it transfers easily to academic concepts. Title, concept, definition, tip, examples.

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