Reading Response Journals

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Reading Response Activities -- some good post-reading activities that are differentiated for different learning intelligences (per Gardner's theory) and different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. Reading Response Activities, Reading Intervention, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Quotes, Reading Projects

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I have the students do this weekly and created a scoring Guide for it! The thinking when reading that is taking place is awesome! The thinking stems hel kids and parents equally! Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Close Reading, Free Reading, Reading Homework, Reading Groups

Reading Stems Student Reference Sheet **FREEBIE**

This is a handout of comprehension stems and a format for a weekly friendly letter to the teacher so students can show their thinking about the books they are reading. It's a great addition to a classroom as a poster or as an insert for a Reading Notebook.

Reading Notebook Great ideas for readers notebooks I'm so doing this. This teacher has the cutest notebook set up. You must check it out! Readers Notebook, Readers Workshop, Writer Workshop, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Persuasive Writing, Teaching Resources, Daily 5

Reader's and Writer's Notebooks

Hello and Welcome to AUGUST!! Can you believe it is already August!? Where did the last 2 months go!? I don't know about all of you, but...

it nice poster {FREEBIE} This freebie comes with four versions for you to choose from including a black and white version AND a smaller version to put in a notebook.Version Version may refer to: In computing: In music: Other uses: 2nd Grade Classroom, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Posters, Kindergarten Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Signs, Classroom Wall Decor, Classroom Walls, Science Classroom

Do it nice poster {FREEBIE}

This cute saying came flying out of my mouth this year to the same "customers" :) I am thrilled to have a poster to match! What a good reminder to just do it nice the first time! This freebie comes with four versions for you to choose from including a black and white version AND a smaller version...

a year of many firsts: Close Reading for Beginners. Like this observation notes sheet for teachers! Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Cloze Reading, Reading Binder, Reading Record, Reading Notes, Reading Resources

Close Reading for Beginners

Well…hello!!! I wanted to share with you what close reading looks like in my class. I always try to teach my students the WHY behind o...

INSTRUCTION: This reading comprehension spinner is an interactive way for students to practice responding to questions orally or written. By constantly using reading comprehension strategies, students abilities will grow. Reading Comprehension Games, Reading Response, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Intervention, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Reading Groups, Literacy Activities

reading comprehension spinner

Speaking of reading , I made this spinner as a quick fun way to check comprehension after reading. Instant mini lesson too. Click below to d...

Reader's Notebook - Keep a log of goals, books to read and books read. I like the idea of drawings. I'd incorporate these ideas into a reading journal. Readers Notebook, Writing Notebook, Writing Workshop, Notebook Ideas, Workshop Cafe, Calendar Notebook, Workshop Ideas, Reading Notebooks, Interactive Notebooks

Reader's Notebooks

Reader's Notebook Title Page When I began planning my reader's notebook for the year, I found an example from a colleague that had all kinds of beautiful sections about getting to know yourself as a reader...a timeline of important books in your life, what you know to be true about reading, and other great ideas. But after talking with another friend, thinking about a beginning of the year third grader's capabilities and taking a look at our curriculum guide, I changed my thinking. I still…

(Pair this with the "star" hanging. Draw each topic on fresh sheet and make a big star) Teaching in Room Story Wheels - students respond to a fictional text in six sections. Teaching 5th Grade, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Teaching Writing, Reading Projects, Book Projects, Reading Activities, Reading Workshop, Reading Skills

Story Wheels

As the year winds down, I want my students to remain engaged, yet give them a chance to have a little fun while they spend their last few weeks with me in elementary school. Now, I use the term "fun" loosely here. ;) It isn't like we are going to be hooting and hollering. I just want them to relax and enjoy themselves, while still keeping things standards based. One thing I did this year with my students is have them respond to the Read Alouds we have been doing using a Story Wheel. This…

Wild about fifth grade: Using Reading Exit Slips to provide purpose & accountability during independent reading time 6th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, 4th Grade Writing, Middle School Reading, Fifth Grade, Third Grade, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills

Reading & Writing Workshop

I'm Melissa! I'm WILD about reading, writing & math workshops! I blog about my classroom and I share book recommendations and organizational tips.

a year of many firsts: Close Reading Book Study: Chapter 5 Reading Centers, Reading Groups, Reading Workshop, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Enrichment Activities, Listening Centers, Library Skills

Redirecting

Have you ever had a practically perfect day of teaching? You know what I mean... the kind of day where the kiddos are right on point. The conversation is academically juicy, kiddos are engaged, and you're wondering why your admin isn't picking today to come do their observations! ;) It's been a while since things have gone so smooth for this teacher. But this week, folks, it happened! (Thank goodness too, after 4 weeks, I was beginning to worry...) Here's how it started... Like I mentioned…

Interactive Reading Literature Notebooks ~ Teaching Literary Elements with Common Core Alignment for Grades Links to other grade level Reading Notebook packets. Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Reading Notebooks, Interactive Student Notebooks, Readers Notebook, Literary Elements

Interactive Reading Journals....could be used for almost any subject and the students can use them as study guides/references...you learn better by doing :) More

Reading Response Journal: To Use With Any Book (Grades Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Group Activities, 6th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Fourth Grade

FOR ANY BOOK: Reading Response Journal, Respond to Reading, Lit Circle Packet

This Reading Response Journal can be used individually, in small groups, or as a whole-class, making it an ideal resource for independent reading, literature circles, or novel studies! This journal is packed with engaging prompts that encourage close reading, critical thinking, and meaningful writing. Model pages, grading rubric, learning objectives, and common core standards are included…

Work on Writing: Upper Elementary Literature Responses Work On Writing, Writing Workshop, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Tips, Learning Resources, Classroom Activities, Writing Prompts, Classroom Ideas

Work on Writing: Upper Elementary Literature Responses

Work on Writing: Upper Elementary Literature Responses More

If you use journals in your classroom (or interactive reading notebooks) this is a great example of a double entry journal so students understand the expectations that are being asked of them. Leave it up as an anchor chart all year long! 6th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Reading, Fourth Grade, Third Grade, Sixth Grade, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, 6th Grade English, Middle School Literature

"It's All New" Giveaway-All This Week! - The Teacher Studio

If you use journals in your classroom (or interactive reading notebooks) this is a great example of a double entry journal so students understand the expectations that are being asked of them. Leave it up as an anchor chart all year long! More

Writing about reading: offering students choice in reading responses TWO WRITING TEACHERS. Tara shares the way she revisioned student response to reading in her classroom. Many possibilities suggested. Readers Notebook, Readers Workshop, Writing Workshop, Reading Response Journals, Reading Notebooks, Middle School Reading, Third Grade Reading, Second Grade, Interactive Student Notebooks

Writing about reading: offering students choice in reading responses

When I first began teaching, Nancie Atwell’s In The Middle was my go to PD book for all things to do with reading and writing workshop. I modeled so many of my teaching practices on what I learned…