5 Fun Ways to Get Students Engaged in Reading Aloud | As teachers we already know that too many students would rather avoid reading, and reading aloud makes some kids feel downright scared. That shouldn't be the response we get from our readers. This guest post describes a handful of incredibly fun and engaging methods for getting students involved in reading aloud and having fun while they do it. Read alouds will never be the same in your classroom!
Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels that are read aloud in the classroom. This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, each with a built in Anchor Chart. This resource also includes Mini Lessons to introduce each skill or strategy. These journals were designed for use with Literature Texts and intended for Upper Elementary classrooms.