Metacognition Anchor Chart!
metacognitive anchor charts | We will create a metacognition anchor chart like this one (found on ...
The Teaching Thief: Getting Started with Metacognition. Looks like good prompts for narration!
This chart came from the book Comprehension Connections by Tanny MacGrego
First Grade Brain Sprinkles: Reading Salad
Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade: Tried and True Teacher Tip: Interactive Charts (great blog post!)
You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY. Exit Slips are an excellent way to ensure that your students are reflecting on their learning as well as a way to keep tabs on their progress.
Anchoring the Standards: Teaching & Documenting the Common Core Standards with ELA Literacy Anchor Charts (Mega Collection!)
Good readers think about their reading.
Teaching My Friends!: September 2011 How to use sticky notes in your reading