Reading Response

Fourth and Ten: Reading Response Home Reading Log {Freebie}

Five Minute Reading Responses Blogs, Tweets (not really, but cute), Tic-tac-Toe, 3-2-1, and many other quick reading responses.

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Five Minute Reading Responses |

Thoughtful Logs - Reading Response checklist

Life in 4B...: Thoughtful Logs

Sticky notes have a variety of uses in the classroom. As seen on this chart, they can be used to facilitate students' reading fluency. Not only will it help them to read quicker, but it can help students become more efficient readers. These notes allow students to revisit key ideas covered in a book, ask questions, and even help them to organize the characters in the book.

Sticky Notes for Comprehension?

11Free Reading Response Forms and Graphic Organizers for independent reading

Scholastic Teachers

Reading Response Forms and Graphic Organizers |

for reading response notebooks

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Reading Portfolios- Part 3: Reading Responses { freebie}

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Reading response and notebooking

Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks

Interactive Reading Notebooks

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Reading Stems Student Reference Sheet **FREEBIE**

How to Tackle a Long Text Anchor Chart. This is a great anchor chart to help students with test taking!


The Scoop at School (The Good Life)

great anchor chart

One Extra Degree

educationjourney: Reading Comprehension & Place Value.....have this on the board or have a spot on the bulletin board where kids can clip their names onto the strategy

educationjourney: Reading Comprehension & Place Value

Ideas for Interactive Notebook- great blog, AND it's by a middle school teacher

The Middle School Mouth

Strategy bookmark

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A MUST use for next year's rdg journals! rubric for reading response journals. (Marzano)

Life in 4B...: Thoughtful Logs

21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills/ We're Big on Evidence

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21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

Great comprehension strategies for students who read fluently but don't have good comprehension

The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - December 2012

This is what I send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading. It has been a huge hit this year! #schoolhomeconnection

Teaching In The Fast Lane: Take Home Binders and a Freebie!

sequencing, summarizing, vocabulary

What the Teacher Wants!: Social Studies

Decoding Strategies

Just Reed: Ten Pin LInky Party: Reading Ideas

great chart

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Character Change Anchor Chart

Young Teacher Love: Character Study Part 2

Close reading. Annotating with iPad. Text dependent questions. Video examples.

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story map - more detailed for advanced &/or older (middle school) students

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