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(Common Core Standards 6.L.4, 6.L.4.a,d) Practice context clues and infer meaning.

These four free Close Reading Posters can be displayed in your classroom to help you teach this important Common Core strategy. Free: Four Close Reading Posters. These are included in an entire packet of close reading resources that can be found in my Close Reading Using Informational Text Units and Bundles. (TpT resource)

This highly engaging lesson is a great introduction to analyzing an author's point of view in non-fiction text. It is aligned to the Common Core State Standards (ELA.RI.6.6). It focuses on the question of children and reality tv shows. It includes everything needed to implement this lesson in your classroom. $

Great activity to get students to dig into the text to "show me the evidence." Outstanding!

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Common Core Reading: Mentor Text + Interactive Lessons = Success

Creating Interactive Reading Notebooks for the Common Core Standards using mentor text. #mentortext #ccss #interactivenotebooks

Somebody Wanted But So method of teaching summary Anchor chart by The Pinspired Teacher

(100 Reading Passages)-- 20 Weeks of Grade 6 Daily Common Core Reading Practice in Just 5 Minutes a Day--Every Common Core Literature and Informational Text Standard is Covered--Character traits, figurative language, close reading, inference and more are covered. This is great for steady literature skill review.--informational text, realistic fiction, action, poetry, and historical fiction passages are included$

How to set up your classroom to support the Common Core Standards

I’ve been pretty busy last week and this week preparing for the first day of school and setting up my classroom. I’ve actually NEVER had my own classroom so this is all new to me…

(100 Reading Passages) Grade 6 Daily Common Core Literature and Informational Text--Analyze characters, analyze figurative language, evaluate the plots of multiple texts, and more-- Original YA fiction, adventure, historical fiction, realistic fiction, poetry, and informational text passages plus Common Core questions are included. Every Common Core Literature and Informational Text Standard is covered. The Common Core Standard is written next to each question for easy progress monitoring.$