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Check out my latest blog post: "Follow Your Thinking Tracks!"

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Are your students active readers? Do they consistently “Stop & Think” to reflect and comprehend what they’re reading?“Follow Your Thinking Tracks” is a great strategy for students to record their…Continue

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Back-to-School Resources!

Posted on August 14, 2012 at 1:25pm 0 Comments

Are you looking for FUN new ideas as your plan your back-to-school curriculum? I've been working on lots of new resources and {FREEBIES} to share with my PLN!

Check out my newest blog posts at http://msjordanreads.com:

Amazing Author Studies!…

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Non-Fiction Text Structures

Posted on April 19, 2012 at 4:40pm 0 Comments

Check out my newest blog post on integrating Non-Fiction Text Structures into your reading and writing instruction! Many freebies and resources are included!

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Fluency Boot Camp!

Posted on February 26, 2012 at 4:50pm 0 Comments

Check out my newest blog post on "Reading. Writing. Thinking. Sharing"  about bringing a {Fluency Boot Camp} into your classroom!…
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Follow Your Thinking Tracks!

Posted on January 19, 2012 at 10:11pm 0 Comments

Are your students active readers? Do they consistently “Stop & Think” to reflect and comprehend what they’re reading?

“Follow Your Thinking Tracks” is a great strategy for students to record their thinking while reading. Not only does it help students monitor their understanding of text, but it provides a post-reading opportunity for students to share and reflect on their “road map” of recorded…

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