Topic starters for Learning Logs
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Topics for Reader's Notebook -- Following My Heart to First Grade: Reading and Writing Notebook Update
Topics for Reader's Notebook -- Even though it is meant for elementary this can be used for Middle School.
Can modify for any grade level Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: readers notebook. Ideas for ways to respond to your reading
give your students a list of topics they could write about in their Reading Response Notebook
Reading and Writing Notebook - I love some of the things she included in the beginning!
Following My Heart to First Grade: Reading and Writing Notebook Update
Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: Reading and Writing Notebook Update
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Reader's Notebook ideas
Interactive Reading Response Notebook: Getting Started and Beyond
Reading Response Notebook: Getting Started!
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Reading Response Notebook: Getting Started! $
For organizing a reading notebook.
Reading Response Notebook
Interactive Reading Response Notebook: Getting Started and Beyond!
I know your students will love their INTERACTIVE Reading Response Notebook! This 110 page resource reflects the common core standards and is divided into 4
Reading log responses
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Helping kids go deeper with reading responses. Lots of freebies here! Power points, posters, and documents to help with reading.
Helping kids go deeper with reading responses. This would go well with the new CCSS.
Helping kids go deeper with reading responses also has personalized bookmarks.
Helping kids go deeper with reading responses - use in library/reading center
Helping kids go deeper with reading responses. Great Website for Literacy!
A ton of helpful tips for encourage effective reading habits and skills.
Helping kids go deeper with reading responses.
Reading Log Responses. FABULOUS!
Reading Log Responses
Author's Purpose. Readers journals.
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Good ideas to include in your reading journals: Author's Purpose, just right books, etc.
Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: readers notebook idea for thinking about characters
Readers notebook idea for thinking about characters..lots of great ideas!
Reading Notebooks- Tons of ideas for foldables in readers notebooks
Reading notebooks--Flat v. Round Characters
5th grade Writers Notebook
interactive notebook ideas
Readers Notebook Idea
EVERYONE needs a good collection of comprehension questions listed in plain sight!!!
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Classroom: Reading. Create an anchor chart to show the difference between thinking WITHIN the text / ABOUT the text / BEYOND the text.
FABULOUS ANCHOR CHARTS for reading, writing, poetry, persuasive etc. on this site. (This one is for questioning)
20 Reflective Questions To Help Students Respond To Common Core Texts ...from Teach Thought (blog)..anchor chart
How writers/readers become good writers/readers * downloaded applicable anchor charts done
Great anchor chart for reading - seems to connect to Common Core
MULTITUDE OF ANCHOR CHARTS :) READING, WRITING, etc.
Where is your thinking? // teaching reading
Even more language arts anchor charts
Well, I may be a bit late to the party, but least I arrived, right??? In the last few posts I really focused on Close Reading and what some of the research says. I do encourage you to continue to research, because you can't really rely on just a few pieces to build your entire belief system or approach. We looked at what Close Reading was and wasn't and some of the debate surrounding Close Reading. You can read all the previous posts here: Part One Part Two Part Three We know that is is just one of many practices we need implement. So now, how DO you do Close Reading in your classroom? After all the debate how can you take this and use it to help your readers? Before you can even BEGIN to implement Close Reading, you have to find the text. **Warning- Soapbox Moment- There are a million products on TpT . Okay, maybe bot a million- just 5200 hits when I searched it. For realz. Now, many people like to use passages for Close Reading. But let's think about this, can a worksheet really provide, "a text must be of the highest quality, with a richness and depth that supports and deserves deep analysis?" Maybe some can. But I doubt all 5,200 can. I would STRONGLY encourage you to find authentic text for kids to read. Because do you really want them to analytic readers of short passages on worksheets or analytic readers of the books that are actually in their hands? Just a thought. Rant over.** Here is what some of the research said... I love that the article cited the "attributes" of close reading, rather than a step by step process. Because it will (and should ) vary for each text. I know you are thinking, "This is all great, woman, but my admin wants me to start doing Close Reading as of yesterday. Just tell me what to do!!!" I love how Shanahan just breaks it down. That is a great way to look at it when you are planning your lessons. Still want more? Now you have the knowledge, let's see how we can use it! I am no expert, so I turned to my good friend Pinterest to look for some resources. I am always in awe of my colleagues. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this lesson on teaching students to be more critical when reading. We all know kids want to avoid rereading like the plague. This is a concrete demonstration for why it is needed. and this is a concrete example shared by Stuckey in Second. I love this anchor chart for guided questions by Julie Ballew. If you are looking for concert models of how to do this in your classroom, I found this lesson for third grade. It uses this book. I also found this video shared by Lisa Gray of a teacher modeling using the book mentioned in previous posts, Note and Notice! Love it!!!!!! If you are looking for books to use for Close Reading, I did manage to find this one list I love this quote to wrap up this series. Isn't that really why we do, what we do each and every day?
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Author's purpose- I could put this in writer's notebooks Teachersblogspot.com
Author's purpose- Oh I love this! I could put this in writer's notebooks
Author's purpose- this could be put in writer's notebooks
Authors Purpose Chart copy remediation
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Copy of Author's Purpose chart
Authors Purpose Chart freebie
Authors Purpose Chart copy
Reading Response Notebook Grading Rubric Freebie!
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Reading Response Notebook Grading Rubric Freebie! This looks like something I will be using in summer school...
Reading Response Notebook Grading Rubric (Freebie)! tons of other reading response notebook ideas -- awesome!
Reading Response Notebook Grading Rubric (free) https://twitter.com/NeilVenketramen
READING RESPONSE NOTEBOOK COVER LABELS AND GRADING RUBRIC - TeachersPayTeachers.com
Reading Response Notebook Grading Rubric Freebie! Now to adapt it for 1st grade
READING RESPONSE NOTEBOOK COVER LABELS AND GRADING RUBRIC - FREEBIE!!!
Non fiction journal -Reading Response Notebook Grading Rubric Freebie!
Reading Response Notebook Grading Rubric Freebie!...to check out..
Reading Response Notebooks - Panicked Teacher's Blog
Common Core Reading Response Pages
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Second Grade With The Teacher Wears Prada: Common Core Reading Response Pages BEFORE THEY TAKE AN AR TEST
3rd Grade With The Teacher Wears Prada: Common Core Reading Response Pages
2nd Grade Common Core Reading Response Pages
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Reading Journal: Sentence Starters (the bottom of this page is right below on the webpage - it was taken in 2 photos)
Thinking stems for reading response page 2.1
Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks
reading response notebook prompts
more reading notebook prompts
Reading Notebooks ideas...
My Reading Notebooks
Lots of ideas for reader's notebook
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@INDI Design Rivers: reader's notebook shows examples of student writing expanded from post-it notes annotations. hmmmm.....lemme know what you think, please!
Writing Long Off of a Post-It....quick brain dump on the post-it but then expanded on with evidence from the text
Writing off the Post-it: Love this idea for those connection lessons...allows students to explain in more detail depending on the reading strategy we're learning.
Writing Long Off of a Post-It....quick brain dump on the post-it but then expanded on with evidence from the text. Also great for creative writing prompts.
post its and reading Previous Next (from ML on how to write long off of a Post-it) The reader’s notebook is an integral part of reading workshop and is a great tool for authentic assessment.  It goes hand-in-hand with read-aloud with accountable talk and will really be powerful if students learn to talk deeply in preparation for writing.  The main reason for a reader’s notebook, in my opinion, is to deepen students’ ability to think, talk, and write about t...
Writing long off of a Post-It, and other reading notebook ideas.
Reader's Notebook Ideas # Pinterest++ for iPad #
Reader's Notebook Ideas. Lots of great ideas.
Reader's Workshop Note Idea
differentiated reader response cards, kids will never know
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Great idea to print 2 reader response Qs on one sticky note. As a sticky note, students can use the Q as a bookmark while reading, then transfer to their reading notebook when responding.
Differentiated reader response cards, great for guided reading responses. Free Google Doc file. Post also includes link to information regarding how to print on post-it notes!
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file See previous post to tell how to print onto sticky note template.
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file for printing on sticky notes
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file I love this idea for math and science journals too - pretype the prompts, then cut and glue into notebooks!
differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file... could be used for oral discussion in kindergarten
Differentiated sticky notes for reading response journals...
Surprise sticky notes in reading journal
reading response journal prompt
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This is a list of reader response prompts that could possibly motivate children to read and write more.
Teaching students to be metacognitive about their reading practices can help motivate them to read and comprehend more. - This list could be used to help with a reading journal.
What did you read? Did you enjoy it? Teaching students to be metacognitive about their reading practices can help motivate them to read and comprehend more.
This is a list of prompts for your students to use when responding to text. If you like this, check out my Reading Response Task Cards, also availa...
reading response prompts. glue into reading notebook to reference when logging
Hello Mrs Sykes - Resources for Teachers: Reading Response Freebie
Reading Response Prompts $0#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Reading Response Prompts for journal...FREE!
Reading Response Prompts Freebie
Reader's Notebook--this site shows how it is DONE! :)
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From what I can tell, you teach your kiddos to STOP-N-JOT on Post-It notes while they read, and when they're ready, they stop reading and post their notes in their Reading Notebooks and elaborate on what they jotted. #readers #notebook #reading #response #literacy #teaching #strategies
Teaching students to write long reading responses off of sticky notes-- they write the main idea and then expand it in their Reader's Notebook.
Teaching students to write long reading response off of sticky note ...maybe use sticky as the main idea sentence and they give details or supporting details from that...
Reader's Notebook. Use sticky notes to make quick notes. Put into journal and expand/support/provide evidence.
Reader's Notebook... Expanding on sticky note jots during readers workshop? # Pinterest++ for iPad #
Reading Journal Entry - Writing long of a Sticky note
Writing off a post-it... reader's notebook idea
Readers Notebook + anchor charts
To add to interactive notebooks
Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks
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5th grade teacher webpage w/Reader's Notebook ideas, and a link to the document version of these thinking stems.
5th grade Reading Notebooks - thinking stems... I will look into this. Most of it we do, but I like this as a reference.
"My Reading Notebooks". I would use reading notebooks in a 4th or 5th grade classroom. In these notebooks students reflect on their reading. They write about what they are reading and how they feel about the new reading strategies they are learning. Includes thinking stems so that students use deeper thinking and are not just giving summaries of their books or saying whether they like what they are reading or not.
first of two pages of thinking stems for reading responses...lots of reader's notebook ideas
Thinking Stems for Reading Response journals. PRINT THIS for Interactive Notebooks
Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks/Thinking Stems (5th Grade)
5th grade Reading Notebooks – thinking stems | How Do It Info
5th grade Reading Notebooks - thinking stems
reading journal thinking stems
students write title, author, and setting of book they read on a post it and stretch a piece of yarn to the location on the map.. great way to tie in reading & social studies. like this idea!
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This would be fun for class or home. Interactive bulletin board to track the settings of all the books we read in class.
Interactive bulletin board to track the settings of all the books we read in class. This could encourage students to read outside of class so they can add to the board. --I've had this idea for years, I just haven't used it yet. Around the world in 180 days ;-)
Interactive bulletin board to track the settings of all the books we read in class. Integrate some social studies and geography standards. This could encourage students to read outside of class so they can add to the board.
Already have my world map for this! Interactive bulletin board to track the settings of all the books we read in class. Great for freshman/world lit!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this idea: Interactive bulletin board to track the settings of all the books we read in class. This could encourage students to read outside of class so they can add to the board.
Interactive bulletin board to track the settings of all the books we read in class. Include settings of books to places we have been or things we have learned about in SS too!
Reading takes us places bulletin board
A Teacher's Treasure: bulletin boards
Welcome To My Treasure Box! (aka my classroom)
Reading response letters once a week to the teacher about a book the student is currently reading. These are sample topics to choose from.
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Writing letters to your teacher instead of a reading log. What a great way to not only see if the students understood their book, but also practice their writing!
Have students write a letter each week to you reflecting on the book(s) they are reading. Letter topic idea list
Instead of reading log Reading response letters once a week to the teacher about a book the student is currently reading. These are sample topics to choose from.
Kids write a letter to respond to their reading instead of filling out a typical reading log. Kinda love this! Use this idea but modify this with common cores topics
Lessons with Laughter: Reading & Writing Notebooks Response letters for homework
Reading suggestions for letter topics for readers notebook
Reading letter responses instead of reading logs
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Reading Response Journals
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Reading notebook @Jenny M thinking of revising my reading response next year...might incorporate some of this!
Reading Notebook Ideas - I want to adapt to Science - important to reflect on ideas to deepen thinking
Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks...good example of reader's notebook
Reading Notebook Ideas - important to reflect on ideas to deepen thinking
Good idea for my reading journals / revised....Reading Notebook Ideas
Reader's Notebook ideas... (in an ideal world... haha)
example of reading notebook for reader's workshop
Critical thinking and interactive notebook
Yesterday, I posted about a writing board I have. Today, I'm going to quickly tell you about a very similar board that I use for reading. Get ready to, "Put Your Reading FACE On!" Now, before I go any further with this, let me say that this board is totally adopted from The Cafe Book: Engaging All Readers in Daily Literary Assessment and Instruction by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser. In their book, they use the term CAFE. In searching the web, it seems that almost everyone that uses it does a cafe theme. I had also seen the same set up using the term FACE instead and liked it a lot. I don't have a cafe theme, so this seemed a better fit. The Cafe Book is ahhhhmazzzzing! I highly recommend it for anyone teaching reading. I did make one small change. As you can see in the picture below, the "A" originally stood for accuracy. Teaching a 5th grade enrichment class, accuracy hasn't been a huge issue. My friends, for the most part, are advanced readers. Don't get me wrong, as texts get more complicated we do continue to work on accuracy. However, I quickly found that my friends really lack experience with non-fiction text. They LOVE to read, but they don't seem to be overly interested in non-fiction. We will be doing a lot of work with that this year. Knowing that, I changed my "A" to Awareness. It will really help us address non-fiction text structure, among other things. I use the board during reading workshop almost exactly the same way I use my "Use Your Writing VOICES!" board in writer's workshop. The big difference is that the FACES board is all about reading strategies. Yeah, you probably already figured that out! If you want to know more, you can click on the link above there to find out how both boards function in my room. Tomorrow, I have another quick post coming on class rewards. Stop by if you have time. If not, have a great weekend!
If you're not sure how to do a reader's notebook, or you need more ideas to use, this is the blog to use. It is FULL of examples!
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STAR Notebook (Students Taking Academic Responsibility) Love the notebook organization of this site. Love interactive notebooking - can't wait to check out this site!
This is totally different than what I do with readers notebooks, there are some ideas I like and want to take more time to look at
This blog includes a collection of photographs of an entire interactive reading journal. Browsing through these pages, I noticed the importance of color and tactile features such as papers glued on or flaps. This also helps me understand the types of content that can and should be included in a reader's notebook.
How to do a reader's notebook. This is the blog to use. It is FULL of examples!
A Teacher's Treasure: Interactive Student Notebook - Reading - My Pride & Joy!
reading notebook blog... FULL of examples!
Interactive Student Notebook
reader's notebook ideas
Digging Deeper: Writing about Reading!