Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Inference Anchor Chart and Interactive Reading Power Points for Classroom Use


Here is our seventh installment of using effective anchor charts and interactive Power Points for teaching reading skills to your students. Enjoy!



The focus of the above anchor chart and the SEVEN Power Points are for students to understand what an inference is and how to make an effective inference in both fiction and non-fiction text.




Our Power Points are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don't connect too!



Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!


Monday, April 14, 2014

Theme Anchor Chart and Reading Interactive Strategy PowerPoint for Classroom Use


Here is our sixth installment of using effective anchor charts and interactive Power Points for teaching reading skills to your students. Enjoy!



The focus of the above anchor chart and the two PowerPoints are for students to understand what theme is and what are many of the different types of theme in literature.



Our Power Points are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don't connect too!




Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!


Monday, March 31, 2014

Main Idea and Details Anchor Chart and Interactive Reading PowerPoint for Classroom Use


Here is our fifth installment of using effective anchor charts and interactive Power Points for teaching reading skills to your students. Enjoy!


The focus of the above anchor chart and the PowerPoint is for students to understand what the main idea is and how supporting details relate back to the main idea. 


Our Power Points are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don't connect too!



Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!

Monday, March 24, 2014

Connections (Text, Self, World) Anchor Chart and Interactive Reading PowerPoint for Classroom Use




Here is our fourth installment of using effective anchor charts and interactive Power Points for teaching reading skills to your students. Enjoy!


The focus of this PowerPoint is for students to identify the three different types of connections: text-to-text, text-to-self, and text-to-world.


Our Power Points are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don't connect too!


Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoints to teach these important reading skills! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!


Sunday, March 23, 2014

Point of View Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use


Here is our third installment of using effective anchor charts and interactive PowerPoints for teaching reading skills to your students. Enjoy!

The focus of this PowerPoint is for students to identify the three different points of view text can have: first person, second person, and third person.

Our PowerPoints are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don't connect too!


Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Text Structure Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use


Here is our second installment of using effective anchor charts and interactive PowerPoints for teaching reading skills to your students. Enjoy!

The focus of this PowerPoint is for students to identify the five different types of text structures that are used for informational text: chronological, sequential, descriptive, cause/effect, and compare/contrast.
Our PowerPoints are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don't connect too!
Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!


Monday, March 17, 2014

Author's Purpose: Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use


Explaining the author's purpose to students can be as easy as P.I.E! That's right, with the help of our anchor chart (pictured above) and interactive PowerPoint (portions pictured below), your class will understand the three different types of author's purpose when writing: persuade, inform and entertain.

Our PowerPoints are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don't connect too!
Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!