"Print a page of prompts per kid, let them cut and paste into their notebook and respond to what they want to within a week." Sticky Notes, Differentiation Reading, Ladybug Teacher Files, Reading Response Journals, Response Cards, Readers Response, Readers Notebooks, Google Doc, Differentiation Readers
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Reading Response Activities -- some good post-reading activities that are differentiated for different learning intelligences (per Gardner's theory) and different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy [The link is broken, but you can read the ideas by enlarging the image.]
Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! $
handy anchor chart to have while teaching / using Post-Its to guide discussion during book club . . .
#WritersWorkshop How do your students show what they know? Students need the language of evidence in order to provide it and this chart is a GREAT starting point. You could easily create "evidence" book marks for students to use when they are reading, serving as a reminder of how to craft a written or oral response to the text.