Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Anchor Charts: Inferences

Anchor Charts are effective tools in productive classroom learning communities. An Anchor Chart displayed in a classroom focuses student thinking, while offering a source of visual reference for continued support as the learner moves forward.

In her book, Teaching with Intention (click here to order it from Amazon), Debbie Miller states “In our anchor classroom, evidence of student thinking was everywhere; anchor charts, student responses, and quotes adorned the walls and boards making thinking public and permanent. The questions, quotes, ideas, and big understandings displayed throughout the room reflected the real voices of real kids.”
Are you working on inferences in your ELA class? Here are some great ideas for anchor charts.

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