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Book Discussion Task Cards for Small Group Discussion of ANY Novel
Let students share reading experiences in a fun, self-guided group of peers by using these Book Discussion Task Cards for small group discussion of ANY novel. Individuals in the group may all discuss the same book OR they may each be reading and discussing a different book. Help students stay eng
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The Hate U Give: Discussion Role Cards
The Hate U Give is a powerful book to talk about, and you want to help students have the best discussion they can. These role cards will help students dive deeply into the novel without their usual discussion ruts. The cards act as "secret missions" to help mix things up so that more voices get hear
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Book Club Roles {1/2 Page} Worksheets
Book Club Roles {1/2 pages to save paper!} Can be used with any novel! Roles Included: Discussion Director Artful Artist Literary Luminary Passage Predictor Word Wizard Super Summarizer
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Book Club Roles! (Literature Circles)
This document is a series of student worksheets for students working in small groups in book clubs or literature circles. There are four roles. Each sheet has clear directions for the students and a graphic organizer to fill in. It also has a place to fill in the current reading assignment. The fi
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Book Club Jobs- Literacy Circle Discussion Roles
Looking for a way to get students involved in literacy circles? Try my book club guided job sheets! Passage Picker, Connections Conductor, Discussion Director, Word Wizard, and Artful Artist. Students take turns analyzing texts from many perspectives. Guided sheets keep them on track and accountable
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Book Club Role Sheet: Discussion Director
This sheet will help students to write their questions of the book that they just read. It will help them to use higher level thinking skills by using word like "Why", "What", "Who", and "When". Note: this sheet is usually the second one I have them "present" in a series of 4 or 5.
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Book Club Role Sheets (Junior Grades, focus on Comprehension Strategies)
Use these role sheets as your main resource or as a supplement to your weekly Book Clubs or Literature Circles! Can be used with ANY fiction text. The sheets are designed to be used as a set, but can also be used individually during guided reading to reinforce certain comprehension strategies (quest
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Nonfiction Book Discussion Group Roles: Author's Apprentice
My middle school students need help learning how to have a detailed discussion during book discussion groups. These role sheets have helped them to focus on key ideas and skills while they meet in their groups. They allow me to see if they are applying the skills to their reading. I allow students t
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Nonfiction Book Discussion Group Roles: Director
My middle school students need help learning how to have a detailed discussion during book discussion groups. These role sheets have helped them to focus on key ideas and skills while they meet in their groups. They allow me to see if they are applying the skills to their reading. I allow students t
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Nonfiction Book Discussion Group Roles: Wordsmith
My middle school students need help learning how to have a detailed discussion during book discussion groups. These role sheets have helped them to focus on key ideas and skills while they meet in their groups. They allow me to see if they are applying the skills to their reading. I allow student
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Nonfiction Book Discussion Group Roles: Philosopher
My middle school students need help learning how to have a detailed discussion during book discussion groups. These role sheets have helped them to focus on key ideas and skills while they meet in their groups. They allow me to see if they are applying the skills to their reading. I allow students t
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Book Club Roles or Literacy Circle Roles
This is a handout I made in powerpoint. I showed this to them on the smartboard while I discussed it, and also printed this out (in the "slides" format) so they could have a hard copy. The sheet has each book club role with little clip art images next to them, and what is expected of that club role.
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Roald Dahl Themed Book Circle Roles
These book circle roles are specifically themed to compliment a unit on Roald Dahl literature, but can be edited to be used with any books. The names of each role are silly "Dahl-isms" seen in many of his different books. The assignments for each role line up with Common Core Standards and encoura
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Reading Discussion Role Cards (5 Team Members)
Use these discussion cards to guide group discussion. Each of the five team members has a specific role and must be familiar with the text in order to best participate. Use these for book club discussions or even just a classroom reading assignment. Happy reading!
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Reading Discussion Role Cards (4 Team Members)
Use these discussion cards to guide group discussion. Each of the four team members has a specific role and must be familiar with the text in order to best participate. Use these for book club discussions or even just a classroom reading assignment. Happy reading!
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Book Club Roles
Are you planning book clubs or literary circles this year? Well these role sheets will not only remind your students of their roles, but will hold them accountable. There are 6 distinct jobs: 1. Literary Luminary 2. Discussion Director 3. Word Wizard 4. Stella Summarizer 5. Creative Connector 6.
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Book Club Roles
Help keep your students on task and keep expectations clear by using this trio of book club role tri-folds. Discussion Director Summarizer Vocabulary Detetctive In my class, students move roles in a clockwise position every day.
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Book Club Roles - Versatile for any read
Book club roles pages can be tailored for any book! Pages include: Character evaluator, predictor, artful artist, discussion director, summarizer, connector, word searcher
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The Cay End of Book Discussion Panel
I love, love, love this activity! Did I say love? After your class is done reading, you split the kids into groups to create "FAT question" (explained in the activity). They then go back to whole class. You choose some kids to "play" the characters from the book and answer the questions as if th
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Literature Circles
Literature Circles are my favorite way to work with reading groups that have independent skills and that need to be extended. This pack encourages holding hearty discussions about texts. Through Literature Circles you will see your students devise questions, share roles and challenge each other. The

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Book Club Roles or Responses
Young readers write responses to what they have read on the ROLES ARE FUN form. The students prepare questions, write connections, select passages and create visuals, to prepare for a literature circle or book club discussion. As a Gifted Guide on the Side, I love to
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Book Club Roles Response Graphic Organizer
For students working in book clubs, this graphic organizer (meant to be used digitally) will track student responses in four different categories. I use it with groups of four, and each student responds to a different box each night and then use it to guide a discussion the next day.
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Nonfiction Book Club Circles Role Activity Booklets and Resources
Why use book clubs during your reading block? Book clubs are a great way to meet your higher reader's needs while you teach guided reading. They are also a great way to strengthen your students’ cooperative learning skills, they’re fun, and they allow students to make choices and take ownership of t
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Reading Groups A Strategy Bundle
This bundle includes our Reciprocal Reading and Literature Circle Packs. Often we have students who are independent readers and need to have something else to motivate them to engage and explore texts. Reciprocal Reading is a step before I use Literature Circles and is more guided. Included in the b
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