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Are you ready to have your students have meaningful discussions about text? This product is packed full of resources to help you get text conversations happening in your classroom! Included in this product, you will receive: - 4 pages of lesson
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Get your students excited about reading Dr. Seuss! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Seuss’s books! Fun
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Book talks are a great way to generate enthusiasm for reading, and they allow students to share books in a way that traditional book reports cannot. Students enjoy creating a "buzz" about their favorite books and making digital presentations to
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Student Book Conference Prompts Use this set of 35 prompts to promote discussion of texts without the roles of a literature circle. I have found that this works best with a group of students who all bring their current Read to Self book together
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Get your students excited about reading Patricia Polacco! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Polacco’s
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This short book commercial accomplishes a few goals. First, it helps students write summaries in an interesting and concise manner. Second, it provides clear guidelines for executing a quality speech. Third, it creates a fun project that makes
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This is an extension activity for the novel Charlotte's Web. Students will discuss the character traits of four of the main characters: Charlotte, Wilbur, Fern, and Templeton. After discussing the character traits of each of these characters the
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In the story The Mixed up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, there are a lot of ethical issues that arise. This PowerPoint presentation is to be used prior to reading the story. It allows the students to think about what they think is the right
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Get your students excited about reading Chris Van Allsburg! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Allsburg’s
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Get your students excited about reading Eric Carle! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Carle’s books! Fun
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Copy/paste this link to view short 2 min video that shows products and explains how you can use these h/outs to set up Lucy Calkins type book clubs http://screenr.com/TeJs This work is licensed under a Creative Commons
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Get your students excited about reading Cynthia Rylant! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Rylant’s
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A unique "book report" project that utilizes critical thinking, oral presentation, notetaking, and writing skills. Students will read a classic, annotate it, read critical material on it, and participate in a group forum in which they will discuss
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Get your students excited about reading Steve Jenkins! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Jenkin's books!
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This is a great assessment packet for Charlotte's Web! Included are 3 quizzes with answer keys and a final project. Each quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 3 short answer questions. For the project, students plan and design a new
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This is a free sample of Readers' Theatre for Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis. This is NOT a play based on the novel. Rather, it is an activity where students use the novel to act out the character roles. The purpose
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An on-going wide reading activity designed to give students an opportunity to engage with their own and others' reading. Students are encouraged to read and then talk to others about their reading, to listen carefully to what others have to say
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In the book No Talking, by Andrew Clements, students challenge each other to a day of not talking. They struggle with trying to make it through a school day without saying any words, and as a result of their trials, they learn that not talking can
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This is a one page Shared Inquiry Worksheet that can be used with Junior Greatbooks or any other piece of core literature. By having students answer a focus question prior to joining a discussion, they will be ready to participate which will
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This activity is a great alternative to the traditional book report. Students choose a book and then decorate the outside of the bag with the different parts of the book. (Setting, plot, title, favorite part, etc.) The second part of the activity is
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Get your students excited about reading with these author study writing activities and games! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends with these 14 meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” games and comparison
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Get your students excited about reading David Shannon! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Shannon’s
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Get your students excited about reading Eve Bunting! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Bunting’s books!
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Get your students excited about reading Jon Scieszka! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Scieszka’s books!
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Get your students excited about reading Judy Blume! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Blume’s books! Fun
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Get your students excited about reading Mem Fox! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Fox’s books! Fun
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Book Talk: An innovative home reading program to promote the love of reading and to provide an authentic opportunity to practice oral presentation skills all year long. A home reading program is important for students at all grade levels. Often
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Includes: Packet to send home with directions and expectations for an author study. This also includes handouts/homework to help the students through the process of investigating their author/illustrator and to prepare for a classroom presentation.
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Are you and your students tired of the same old vocabulary activities - definitions, matching, etc.? These activities and games will promote creative thinking, cooperation, and active discussion, while really learning what the vocabulary words mean
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Get your students excited about reading Tomie dePaola! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about dePaola's books!
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Get your students excited about reading Roald Dahl! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Dahl's books! Fun
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In the book No Talking, by Andrew Clements, students challenge each other to a day of not talking. They struggle with trying to make it through a school day without saying any words, and as a result of their trials, they learn that not talking can
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A simple, enjoyable, and meaningful project to do with an award-winning book read outside of class. Includes thorough, ready-to-use guidelines and a printable assessment rubric.
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This quick powerpoint goes over the essential steps to creating successful student booktalks.
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This file has an example booktalk (Final Grade by R.L. Stine) written by me with guidelines of how I wrote it. These steps are also included on the second page which models the same framework for students to follow when writing their own.
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In the story The Mixed up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, there are a lot of ethical issues that arise. This PowerPoint presentation is to be used prior to reading the story. It allows the students to think about what they think is the right
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Enclosed in this unit is a collection of graphic organizers and prompts based on known strategies, which will hopefully help you and your students navigate the Language Arts Common Core curriculum. Through 10 fiction and 10 informational
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Are you and your students tired of the same old vocabulary activities - definitions, matching, etc.? These activities and games will promote creative thinking, cooperation, and active discussion, while really learning what the vocabulary words mean
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Get your students excited about reading Aliki! Leverage your students’ love of talking with their friends for this meaningful & interactive “Find Someone Who Has Read” game and comparison contrast writing activity about Aliki’s books! Fun
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Hi, Save 20% with this is a great bundle on the story Esperanza Rising written by Pam Munoz Ryan. This bundle is the Reader's Theater Play and the complete Literature Unit. You can always buy them separately but I always love cheaper
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Another fabulous book (actually trilogy!) by Eric Walters! This book had my students so completely hooked, they were begging me to read more, and the projects they handed in when it was all over, truly reflected their love of the book. This
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As part of the listening and speaking standards, students need to plan and practice public speaking. This eulogy for Timothy allows students to show their knowledge of the book AND use speaking/listening skills. The directions include a rubric!
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Have you read a good novel in your classroom? Do you use differentiated Literature Circles in your classroom? Want an easy and fun culminating novel project that the students will enjoy? Then check out this Gift Bag Group Project and
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Students can be challenged using this Project! This Book Project will allow a student to present his or her book in a unique way. The Gifted and Talented Book Project includes a book project packet along with a Project Presentation Choice sheet
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This is a great tool for any subject area!Students can use this to work with partners or in larger groups. This 6 page packet is given to each students and helps to teach them have to have meaningful conversations about literature, or any subject
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