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  • Making Connections | The Literacy Garden August 24, 2013 at 10:24 AM

    […] Good readers think about the text and often make connections with the characters. I like to have a way to track my students’ thinking. One way I do this is with this Making Connections form. You can provide this form for your student to use while they are reading, or after reading. It can be used with guided reading groups, strategy groups, or individuals. As a blog reader, you can download a copy to use in your classroom!  Click here […]

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