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Synthesizing - Graphic Organizer - Thinking Stems - Use this for a guide when making your anchor charts. Johnson teachers can find this on Vol 1 in the Title I folder.

Synthesizing - Comprehension Strategy - Think Aloud - Charlie Anderson by Barbara Abercrombie - Anchor Chart - @Kristen Rexroad Seth used this in a 2nd grade lesson, but she  believes it would work well in 1st grade too.

Synthesizing - Comprehension Strategy - Think Aloud - Charlie Anderson by Barbara Abercrombie - Anchor Chart - - Storefront Life Rexroad Seth used this in a grade lesson, but she believes it would work well in grade too.

I like the idea of using this for pairs to collaborate

Inference---The chart presented in this visual could be used for middle school grades. Students compare and contrast inferring what the texts says and what they personally infer what the text is saying.

When to stop and jot

This chart is from Jackie Chabot's grade classroom at the Hubbardston Center School. It helps her students understand how to record their thinking while reading.

What does retelling mean

Use Recount instead Retelling Anchor Chart. Good for kids who need to work intensively on basic reading skills. Paired, possibly, with visuals for kids with limited proficiency or processing issues.

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