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Decoding strategies anchor chart to hang in the classroom after teaching each strategy in small group. Build this chart together with students as you introduce each phoneme or strategy. Strategies could be added to CAFE menu.

This is an amazing anchor chart for decoding strategies!

INSTRUCTION: This is a fun chart that the teacher can create with the students. Creating a list of decoding strategies is a good way to get students thinking about what they need to do to be able to spell a word.

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Instead of using this as a poster, I would turn it into an activity writing the headings on the board and having the children come up with words for each type of describing word or adjective.

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10 reading activities for These activities for ELLs are great for building reading comprehension. These ready to go activities focus on fluency, simple sentences, reading a simple story, and reading comprehension.

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