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Look carefully at the photo. Reflect. What is happening? What kind of animals are in the photo? Where was this photo taken? Why? How do these two animals feel about each other? What story is this photo telling? Follow with a small group discussion. Ask the students to do a whole group shout out, or short written response. *This written response may be done as a collective piece where students either share the pen, or dictate their sentence.

Have You Read? Toys Meet Snow

Interactive Read-Alouds make the most of read-aloud time by uniting the elements of comprehension, fluency, and standards in reading. They provide an easy way for teachers to purposefully and intentionally model and teach a specific reading skill (or many skills at once). Interactive Read-Alouds provide teachers and students with a format that includes a proven step-by-step routine for both guided conversations and reflective thinking about the chosen text.

¡AMOR! Impresiones de la mano autorretrato - lección dewestudio que los estudiantes escriban sobre su año. ¿Qué pensaron __grade iba a ser así, ¿qué fue lo que realmente le gusta? ¿Cómo han crecido? ¿Qué cosas nuevas sobre sí mismos Qué aprendieron? Llenar las manos con los patrones y el fondo con su escritura.

Have You Read? Toys Meet Snow

Interactive Read-Alouds make the most of read-aloud time by uniting the elements of comprehension, fluency, and standards in reading. They provide an easy way for teachers to purposefully and intentionally model and teach a specific reading skill (or many skills at once). Interactive Read-Alouds provide teachers and students with a format that includes a proven step-by-step routine for both guided conversations and reflective thinking about the chosen text.

Books About Writing: Growth Mindset Read Alouds

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It's "Wonder"ful!

From these written reflections, I am asking students to participate in a group "graffiti wall" of sorts. If they have a reaction, a theory, an explanation, or some other thought of significance, they can come write it on a speech bubble and place it on our Wonderboard. We can then use those discussion points to deepen our understanding of the text.

"The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud." - Coco Chanel (I don't know if this is what she was talking about...?)

self-reflection is a humbling process. it's essential to find out why you think, say and do certain things...then better yourself

Blogger and teacher, Katherine Sokolowski, has a great post up about World Read Aloud Day on her blog, Read, Write, Reflect!