Literature activities

Explore a variety of literature activities that will foster a love for reading and enhance comprehension skills. Discover fun and interactive ways to engage with your favorite books and authors.
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This blog post explores innovative and engaging lesson plans for any novel unit... ranging from task cards to book instagram pages to a novel podcast project. Student choice is key here, and students can find something they would like to complete in order to convey their reading, comprehension, and

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Carla
25 reading activities that your students can complete with ANY text! Includes activities to check comprehension and to visualize and connect with the content. Perfect for any language arts class! Common Core Reading, Reading, Reading Response, Comprehension Activities, Reading Response Activities, Teaching English, Learning Sight Words, Language Teaching, Teaching Literature

Some of you may know that I have the mother of all multi-level classes this year: 6th-12th grade, 1st-7th year Spanish. I asked parents and students for grace during the first few weeks as I figured out how to meet everyone’s needs, and they did. We are now finishing up week four, and I have a…

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The Comprehensible Classroom by Martina Bex
A multiple choice quiz after reading is a quick and easy way to check student comprehension, but it doesn't allow you to assess deeper understanding and it certainly isn't fun or creative. If you are looking for more meaningful and engaging activities to use with students during literature circles or a novel unit, here's twelve ideas that are favorites in my classroom and the Common Core standards they align with. High School, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Novel Studies, Middle School Reading Activities, Reading Strategies, Multiple Choice, Literature Circles Middle School

A multiple choice quiz after reading is a quick and easy way to check student comprehension, but it doesn't allow you to assess deeper understanding and it certainly isn't fun or creative. If you are looking for more meaningful and engaging activities to use with students during literature circles or a novel unit, here's twelve ideas that are favorites in my classroom and the Common Core standards they align with.

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Jenna Bulling
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Storytelling is a wonderful way to build creativity and imagination in your students. How can storytelling activities be beneficial in the classroom? There are so many ways! inspires purposeful talkingraises enthusiasm for reading textsinitiates writingenhances communityimproves writingengages students Want to see how each of these activities work? Watch the Storytelling Activities video on my YouTube

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Kathleen O'Donnell