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Any helpful suggestions on implementing this? Good resources? Lessons? Posters or handouts? Picture books to go along with lessons? It was just handed to me yesterday when I stopped by my room to take some measurements and I was told we need to start in August. Since I am going to be gone for most of July, I really only have this holiday week to look it over and revamp my plans for the coming year.
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I use both for fiction and nonfiction. Your best bet is to go to Pinterest. There is a TON of stuff! Each year I use a little bit more. My students really enjoy the sign posts.

You will find lists of books to use for each signpost, bookmarks for the kids, lessons ect.
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I do love pinterest :) Thanks headed there
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now to see what others are doing.
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I have used Notice and Note successfully in the classroom. The sign posts are imperative to hang up. There is also a "bookmark" for the kids so they have easy access to what they are looking for. I would start with the fiction type of N and N first. It was amazing how the kids were able to utilize this active reading strategy. The discussions that followed were on a high level and provided many opportunities for critical thinking.Feel free to PM and I will be happy to help you!
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There's a Facebook notice and Note group that I found invaluable. This reading strategy was amazing, and my students did wonderful thinking with it. I used Pixar clips to introduce the strategy, then picture books to explain my thinking. When I finished all six signposts, I put the kids in groups and let them find signposts on their own, and share out. Then I read chapter books to the students, and they would signal/write down a signposts. The discussions were rich and meaningful. I did this with both 3rd, 4th, and fifth graders, and was amazed at the progress they made!!!


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Do take time to read the book, there are sample lessons in there. I second the Facebook group, they are an amazing bunch of educators!
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Google Notice and Note flip book pdf. My kids used these a lot.
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I use these strategies for fiction and non-fiction in my classes. The best resource I have found, besides the books, would be the Facebook page for Notice and Note. There are examples, signposts for different books, ideas from other teachers and the like. The members are so helpful and we are willing to share anything we create or think of.
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Old 07-02-2017, 07:17 PM
 
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Thank you for sharing one of the ways you use Notice and Note reading strategy. I was
wondering what Pixar Clips you have used and liked? What grade do you teach? I teach
4th. I love your idea and plan to incorporate this when we return in the fall.
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The one I remember the most was "For the Birds" for Aha Moment and I also used "I really Lava You" (I think that was the title) for Again and Again. I have a binder at work, but won't be there again until August. If you send me your e-mail, I'll look and see if I have anything on my work e-mail. I taught them in 4th, but that was two years ago. I made a poster for each, and posted it in the class when I introduced the strategy. If you send me your e-mail, I'll see what I can find!


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Thank you for all the wonderful insight
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I am checking out the website and looking of the Pixar short films. I think the students would really enjoy them. The flip book is perfect, it has all the information they need and brief enough that they will actually use it. I think I will use the flip book for the first part of the year and then later move to a book mark as students get each strategy down.
I've made it half way through the fiction book and hopefully will have time to read the nonfiction before school starts as well.
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The FB Notice and Note page has tons of files attached including lists of picture books to use for each strategy, the Pixar shorts, posters, handouts, signposts for certain books, etc. There is also a whole community of folks who are so good to answer questions and offer advice. Kylene and Bob themselves often answer the questions.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/260078764136335/
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