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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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Aug 14, 2012
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Back-to-School Resources!

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!Roll-a-Dice Literacy Fun!…See More
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Aug 14, 2012
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""Non-Fiction Text Structures! Great freebies and resources shared in my newest post http://ning.it/IBIMyL #edchat #literacy #ntchat""
Apr 19, 2012
Kristin Jordan posted a blog post

Non-Fiction Text Structures

Check out my newest blog post on integrating Non-Fiction Text Structures into your reading and writing instruction! Many freebies and resources are included!--KristinSee More
Apr 19, 2012
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Fluency Boot Camp!

Check out my newest blog post on "Reading. Writing. Thinking. Sharing"  about bringing a {Fluency Boot Camp} into your classroom!Many great ideas and a large number printable FREE materials and resources!…See More
Feb 26, 2012
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Kristin Jordan replied to Kristin Jordan's discussion Check out my latest blog post: "Follow Your Thinking Tracks!"
Jan 23, 2012
Kristin Jordan replied to Kristin Jordan's discussion Check out my latest blog post: "Follow Your Thinking Tracks!"
"You could always use the sticky notes program for Windows. Windows 10 comes with it. You could scan an article and post sticky notes on the page, then print/save a screen shot. Not sure if you could adjust the size of the notes. You could also use…"
Jan 23, 2012
Kiera Chase replied to Kristin Jordan's discussion Check out my latest blog post: "Follow Your Thinking Tracks!"
"Thanks for the feedback I personally love bubblus. I think it is magic. I really appreciate the other options. I think that finding something that allows the students to mark up a digital copy of a text. I think that this is clearly the wave of the…"
Jan 23, 2012
Kristin Jordan replied to Kristin Jordan's discussion Check out my latest blog post: "Follow Your Thinking Tracks!"
"Great question! I think students could still use journals or graphic organizers to record their tools as they're reading digital texts, but if you're looking for a digital way to "talk to text," you can always use a Web 2.0…"
Jan 21, 2012
Kiera Chase replied to Kristin Jordan's discussion Check out my latest blog post: "Follow Your Thinking Tracks!"
"This reminds me of a reading strategy that I used called "talking to the text" that I loved and found highly effective. I have been moving away from hard-copy reading and into the digital world, and my question is, have you found any great…"
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Jan 19, 2012
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Check out my latest blog post: "Follow Your Thinking Tracks!"

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 thoughts – essentially, their thinking tracks! This strategy is perfect for literacy across the…See More
Jan 19, 2012

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Back-to-School Resources!

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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

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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!

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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!

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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 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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