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    • April Sarpy

      Awesome display - What Would the Characters in the Book You're Reading Post as their Facebook Status. Would be a great YA book club activity. Awesome exit ticket idea!!!

    • Doris Sudduth

      Facebook status for book characters - What Would the Characters in the Book You're Reading Post as their Facebook Status.

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    Awesome display - What Would the Characters in the Book You're Reading Post as their Facebook Status. Would be a great Reading Comprehension activity for Teens.

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    Create a "fakebook" page for a character...my students have done this, but I never could find a good template! They just created it on a piece of posterboard, but this would be great to give them a better idea of the layout.

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    This is relevant for older students, because most students have a Facebook page or at least know what it is and social media is very popular. It allows the students to be creative and artistic by drawing at the top and choosing what to share in the blank space. -Nicole Clark

    Character Study Reading Exit Slips to organize your “character study” mini-lessons and keep your students accountable for reading and responding with purpose