Notice & Note, then Write: A Blueprint
I’ve been doing more thinking about how to use Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading to invite students to write. Since my last post on the subject, I’ve thought about how this …
Notice and Note Signposts: FREE task cards with passages!
FREE Notice and Note Posters and Task Cards! This blog post includes resources and passages to supplement the strategies outlined in the book Notice and Note by Beers and Probst.
Notice & Note in the Elementary Classroom - The Creative Apple Teaching Resources
Have you been wanting to implement the Notice & Note strategies in your classroom, but you've been too overwhelmed with where to start? Here's how I successfully implemented it in my fifth grade classroom.
Notice & Note: Student Bookmarks
Hello my dear friends! I'm stopping by to share a little something I've made for my students... And I hope it's something your students can use as well! This past summer I read Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading. Have you ever read a book where you find yourself constantly nodding your head and agreeing? Or saying "oh my gosh!! I needed this LAST year!". This is one of those books. The authors, Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst have identified six major "signposts" we see so often…
The Best Anchor Charts - Dianna Radcliff
The Best Anchor Charts for your ELA classroom all together in one place! You will find outlines to utilize in Reading Literature, Reading Informational, Writing and Language. Explained in this blog post is about the purpose of utilizing anchor charts in your daily instruction. Along with tips to organize your charts. Below is a collection […]
A Teacher's Love Letter to the Notice and Note Signposts
The Notice and Note reading strategies "changed my life as an educator," writes Brent Gilson in a post he tags as a love letter to Kylene Beers and Bob Probst.
Notice and Note (Part Two)
As I mentioned before, over the summer I read the book, Notice and Note (Beers & Probst), and I decided that I am going to use their strategies for getting kids to dig deeper into text, or "close reading." (Just an aside, I can't be the only teacher who is slightly offended that "close reading" has suddenly become a "thing," can I? I mean seriously!? All this recent hubbub surrounding "close reading" seems to imply that the powers that be who make up school stuff - like standards, and tests…
Notice and Note Posters and Reading Responses
Are you using Notice and Note signposts in your classroom for fiction and nonfiction? This unit is guaranteed to get you started on the right foot. Includes:PostersReading notebook tabsNotebook sized anchor chartsReading response pages (two sizes/styles)Quick reference bookmarksThese black line mast...
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Signposts in Reading (Freebies!!!)
Hey y'all! This summer I've been reading the book Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading by Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst (I'm ...
Stop! Notice & Note
Over the summer, I attended a Common Core conference with Understanding by Design guru, Grant Wiggins. (He is reallllllly smart! I wish I could have a conversation with him one-on-one and pick his brain!) One of the sessions I attended was about how to get students better at close reading and the speaker mentioned a book by Kylene Beers and Robert Probst, Notice & Note. The book was ordered and waiting on the shelf to be read! Seriously, it was probably fifth on my to-read list this summer…
Notice & Note
Notice and Note introduces 6 “signposts” that alert readers to significant moments in a work of literature and encourages them to read closely. This helps