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Teaching literature activities

Discover interactive and creative activities for teaching literature. Enhance your students' learning experience and make literature come alive in the classroom.
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. Middle School Literature, Middle School English, Teaching Middle School, Fun Reading Activities Middle School, Middle School Book Club Ideas, Middle School Novel Studies, Literature Teacher, Middle School Language Arts, Reading Literature

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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So many project options! I love giving students lots of choices to showcase their learning. Check out this graphic for lots of ideas on how to assess student understanding and comprehension of any novel. What would you add to this list? #bespokeela #2ndaryela #EdChat

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Bridgett White Shrader