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Offering Choice in your Reading Response Activities Top Teaching Tasks 7th Grade Ela, Third Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Grade 3, Daily 5 Grade 4, 4th Grade Reading Games, 4th Grade Centers, 7th Grade Writing, Teaching 6th Grade

Offering Choice in your Reading Response Activities | Top Teaching Tasks

Reading Response activities will likely form a major part of your reading programme, whether you are running guided reading groups, a daily 5 system,

Although you have to pay for the actual resource, I think this gives a good foundational template for a novel study choice board and offers several ideas for teachers to use in the classroom. 8th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading

Differentiated Novel Study Choice Boards (Literature Circles)

DIFFERENTIATED NOVEL STUDY CHOICE BOARDS (LITERATURE CIRCLES) - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Assigning a one-pager as a culminating novel study is a great way to engage students while also requiring them to show their understanding of the novel. I assigned this one-pager to my high school English students as a final project for Night. 7th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, 10th Grade English, Ela Classroom, Middle School Classroom

Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project

I recently assigned a one-pager final project to my sophomores for their culminating Night project. I wanted to combine as many rigorous ELA content ideas as possible, while also designing a fun project for students that provided them with a bit of choice. To make this project rigorous, I required my students to include multiple MLA-cited quotations with a literary analysis explanation. These are skills my students have learned and practiced all year long, so it was a way for me to assess…

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Five for Friday Flashback (book club, kites, fun field trip!)

I am linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching and the wonderful Amanda from Teaching Maddeness to share some highlights of my week. I apologize for being so MIA this week! I am missing all these great link ups during the week because well, life, has been getting in the way! Falling asleep on the couch every night while trying to get my schoolwork done is getting O.L.D.!! I can't wait to have a break from daily planning and grading (then, I can have more time for blogging! lol). My little girl…

Literature Circle Jobs // Stupendous Summarizer is better than Artful Artist! 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Tips, Ap Literature, Reading Groups, Creative Teaching

Literature Circle Handouts (Not my work): (2nd-6th Grade) Jake Dury

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Looking to breathe some life into your lit circle routine? Check out th. 8th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Third Grade, Sixth Grade, Fourth Grade, 6th Grade English, Ap English

Literature Circles

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Barb - This resource changed my book clubs! If you are a classroom or even have access to a number of devices, you may LOVE to use the flexibility of technology when planning YOUR next book clubs! Check it out and see! Google Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Activities, Classroom Organization, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Readers Notebook, Readers Workshop

Digital Reader's Notebook for Any Novel GOOGLE EDITION | Distance Learning

A paperless, digital response to reading resource that can be used over and over again? A reader's notebook that can be used with ANY novel? A way to use Google Classroom to help manage students' responses to reading. Yes, please!My guess is that if you are previewing this product, you have an in...

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? Middle School Reading, Middle School English, 7th Grade Reading, Ela Classroom, English Classroom, English Teachers, Middle School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Literature

BESPOKE ELA (Meredith) on Instagram: “So many project options! I love giving students lots of choices to showcase their learning. Check out this graphic for lots of ideas on…”

981 Likes, 77 Comments - BESPOKE ELA (Meredith) (@bespokeelaclassroom) on Instagram: “So many project options! I love giving students lots of choices to showcase their learning. Check…”

Concept: Students write & illustrate a essay about storyline Core Content Area: Art + English Other Course Connections: Practice proper grammar & punctuation. 7th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Fourth Grade, Ela Classroom, English Classroom, Classroom Setup, Future Classroom

It Only Takes One Page- Assessing English Students with a One Pager -

How do you assess? Do you go by how much time it takes to grade? Do you make your students write an essay because you need a writing sample for data? Do you give them a project you can glance at, use a rubric, and assign a grade? Full Disclosure Full disclosure- in my 19… Continue reading It Only Takes One Page- Assessing English Students with a One Pager

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An Amazon Listing Cumulative Novel Project! - Teaching with a Mountain View

It's no secret that I love a good cumulative novel project as an assessment. I usually spend the entire novel brainstorming how we can sum it up! Sometimes the projects are a miss (you don't get to read about those!) but sometimes they are great successes. Like the character project we completed for Rules or ... Read more

Update KWL for the Century - use the KWHLAQ chart as one framework to promote reflection as part of the learning process, not as an add-on. Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Differentiated Instruction, Teaching Ideas, Instructional Design, Teaching Methods

An Update to the Upgraded KWL for the 21st Century

In 2011, I wrote a blog post, titled Upgrade your KWL Chart to the 21st Century. It described how I learned about a new version of the traditional KWL (What do I Know, What do I Want to know and wh…

sample tic tac toe template Reading Response Fiction Tic Tac Toe Choice Board from ccbrazel on . Reading Response Activities, Reading Centers, Reading Intervention, Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Summarizing Activities, Fluency Games, Close Reading Strategies

Reading Response Non Fiction Tic Tac Toe Menu Choice Board

Reading Response Non Fiction Tic Tac Toe Menu Choice Board by Cameron Brazelton

FREE Assigning a literary one-pager project is the perfect way to wrap up a novel study in the middle school ELA or high school English class. Middle School Ela, Middle School Health, Middle School English, Middle School Novels, High School Reading, Ela High School, Education Middle School, High School Classes, Public School

Assigning a One-Pager as a Culminating Project

I recently assigned a one-pager final project to my sophomores for their culminating Night project. I wanted to combine as many rigorous ELA content ideas as possible, while also designing a fun project for students that provided them with a bit of choice. To make this project rigorous, I required my students to include multiple MLA-cited quotations with a literary analysis explanation. These are skills my students have learned and practiced all year long, so it was a way for me to assess…

Make small group reading instruction meaningful for all of your students. Choose interesting books for your class, model comprehension strategies, have intentional discussions, and give independent pr 4th Grade Books, 4th Grade Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Fourth Grade, Teaching Ideas, Small Group Reading, Reading Groups, Reading Strategies

Meaningful Small Group Reading Instruction

HIGH INTEREST TEXT I try my best to choose books that my kiddos will LOVE to read. Scholastic has been my best friend. BONUS POINTS!? DOLLAR BOOKS!? SIX PLEASE! With that said, I’m not a magician or a millionaire. I do my best and use the resources that are available to me. I have found that if I show my kids that I’m excited, they quickly join the club! It is also important to note that it is also equally important that your students have experiences reading boring stuff. Lets face it…

A Simple Trick for Success with One-Pagers – DJYota A Simple Trick for Success with One-Pagers These visual tools allow students to synthesize learning, but some kids don't think they're talented enough to make them. A bit of creative constraint helps. 6th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, 5th Grade Social Studies, Middle School Reading, Middle School English, Teaching Social Studies, Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade, 8th Grade Writing

A Simple Trick for Success with One-Pagers | Cult of Pedagogy

These visual tools allow students to synthesize learning, but some kids don't think they're talented enough to make them. A bit of creative constraint helps.