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Help your high school students sharpen the close reading skills they need with this FREE handout. #highschoolEnglish

Help your high school students sharpen the close reading skills they need with this FREE handout. From Laura Randazzo

Comprehension strategies checklist

One of the keys to teaching reading comprehension is showing kids how proficient readers think about text. This resource is a great way to help students make their thinking visible.

Book Retriever - This app allows you to scan, level and inventory your entire classroom library. Leveling choices include Guided Reading Levels, Lexile, Accelerated Reader, Reading Counts, DRA and Reading Recovery. SHUT UP! Downloaded... check!!

I want to check into this. Let me know if you have used it. It inventory your entire classroom library. Leveling choices include Guided Reading Levels, Lexile, Accelerated Reader, Reading Counts, DRA and Reading Recovery.

Reading Graffiti Board...I love this! Put up black paper, provide silver sharpies and let students write one quote from a book. They'll be reading more critically to find that one perfect quote!

I love this idea for older students Reading Graffiti Board.I love this! Put up black paper, provide silver sharpies and let students write one quote from a book. They'll be reading more critically to find that one perfect quote!

Assessment web // Organizes information from F, guided reading, writing, spelling, etc. Great for conferences!

Reading and writing workshop - how one teacher uses both formal and informal means of assessment to regularly evaluate her readers and inform her own teaching.

Read-Opoly! A fun game that gets students talking about books that they have read! This would be a great literacy center or a book report alternative.

This game is a fun way to get students talking about what they read! The game cards have students answering questions about character, setting, summary, problem, solution and so much more.