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Reading response questions

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Higher Order Thinking Questions Freebie for fiction AND non-fiction reading responses! Love this list!

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{FREEBIE} Reading response questions great resource for teachers or parents to use at home with children!

Description This free download is for a set of reading response questions that your students can use with practically any book! I use this download to keep my students accountable during their daily independent reading time. At the end of our independent reading time each day, I would have my kiddos pick a question to respond to about the book they read that day in a special Reader's Response Journal, a spiral notebook. I found this to be a great way to get my kiddos responding to text daily…

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A Brief blurb from Dr Jan Richardson' s website. Jan Richardson, Ph.D., is a literacy consultant and author who earned her Ph.D. studying struggling readers. She has been a classroom teacher,...

TIC-TAC-TOE Reading Comprehension Response/Prompts

Wow, I can’t believe how far along we are in the school year! As our little 2nd graders continue to blossom as readers we have been looking for new ways to help students think more deeply about their reading. I have created comprehension prompting cards along with several different TIC-TAC-TOE response sheets to help students broaden their critical thinking skills during reading. Sample Prompt Cards TIC-TAC-TOE Reading Response (Comes with three different boards) The TIC-TAC-TOE boards can…

Looking a list of alternatives to reading logs? Here is a list of 10 fun and creative activities for your reading classroom instead of the old, boring reading log. Teacher tested...student approved!

We as teachers know that reading at home is crucial to becoming a better reader.If you’re like me, you have used one of these. I used a reading log like this for years and didn’t think twice about it. However, I did think it was interesting that most of my students read exactly 30 minutes […]

Reading response activities. Students should work in pairs or small groups to discuss literature read. Book buzz is a less formal approach to book club type questions. Book buzz is great whether or not students have read the same stories. Book buzz provides an opportunity for accountable talk and engaged learning. Book buzz can be done orally and it can be done using jot notes.

Group work. Practice social skills. Respect the conversation words. 18 things to discuss in your Book Buzz.

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Our school buys a binder for each student to use as a Home-School Communication Binder. When I first heard this I thought it would never work. I really thought that most students would lose theirs. I