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This Literature Circle Bundle includes resources to facilitate student-led independent novel studies. Includes literature circle jobs, literature circle projects, literature circle rubrics, and literature circle final assignments, as well as materials to facilitate discussions. Suitable for middle
I designed this literature circle project for my AP English Language & Composition course in lieu of a final, written examination; however, it can be used throughout the year at any point to hone their attention to structure, style, rhetoric, and much more. It can also be used multiple times to
This 62 page packet includes 5th grade literature standards, guides to setting up healthy expectations and rules for a literature circle, chapter-by-chapter guides with key vocabulary words, text questions, discussion questions, writing prompts, at home connections, opportunities for research and ev
Not Grade Specific
8 fun and engaging final projects for students to do on ANY book! Possible uses: - end of unit project for your guided reading groups - group projects - extension activities for students that need more of a challenge or finish early - monthly book projects on students' independent reading - extra
Upon completion of literature circles, students will choose one of the following projects to complete based on their novel.
This final project for a literature circle group allows students to analyze the connections between various elements in a text. Topics assessed include characters, key events, diction, point of view/perspective, and author's purpose. This file includes not only the instructions but also a rubric and
Descriptions and requirements of 6 different final group projects for Literature Circle Novels: Newspaper, Children's Book, Reader's Theater, Mapping the Novel, Song/Rap, Board Game. Includes Grading rubric.
A project for any literature circle or book club in which groups create a poster for their group based on the literary elements in the book. (Word Document)
Literature Circle Unit Plan contains an overview of the unit for the teacher, a handout for students explaining the unit, a rubric for assessing students daily perfrmance, a calendar handout for student planning, and a final project with rubric.
8th - 12th
In this product there are two rubrics for two final projects that students can complete after completing a novel in Literature Circles or from a Novel Study. Short description of the projects:Detailed DescriberStudents describe a character from their novelStudents draw a picture of that characterSum
This is a description of a midway or final project to be used in literature circles. It is appropriate for second to fifth grade. The project is to design an advertisement poster for the book that the group read. This project can also be used as a book report. There is no preview because it is a s
2nd - 5th
This is a project I have my students complete after they finish their book. They choose one of the activities to complete and submit.
4th - 6th
Students must create a poster that showcases their final projects for their literature circle. This handout describes the way the final project must be constructed and outlines individual projects that must be part of the final presentation to the class.
This is a description of a midway or final project to be used in literature circles. It is appropriate for second to fifth grade. The project is to plan a book talk to give to the other students in the class. There is no preview because it is a 2-sided, single page handout. It includes a descript
I grew tired of grading single projects, so researched active ways to assess comprehension. This downloadable is students friendly directions for two different end of literature circle assessments. As they near the end or after they finish the book, introduce this group project. Give them time to
This is a group project that kids can do when finished with their literature circle books.
LITERATURE CIRCLES: This multi-faceted paperless resource will bring your literature circles into the digital age. All of the handouts, assignments, projects, etc. are all shared and completed online in preparation for the in-class literature circle meetings! All of the work is created with Google
Literature circles are so promising. Giving students choice really helps inspire them to read. At the same time, traditional literature circles are prone to draaaaag. Students aren't always prepared to dive in and lead their own discussion, even when assigned to the classic literature circles roles.
Literature Circles: In literature circles, small groups of students gather together to discuss a piece of literature in depth. Literature circles are an excellent way to guide students to deeper understanding of what they read through assignments and structured discussion.This resource has absolutel
The Literature Circle Unit is complete, easy to use for book clubs, covers the key elements of literature, and is perfect for students to practice speaking and listening skills. With over 50 printable pages and a wide variety or literature circle roles, the complete unit for book clubs is all you'll
LITERATURE CIRCLE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK: Bring literature circles into your classroom in a new, fun, and creative way with interactive notebook activities and assignments. In literature circles, small groups of students gather together to discuss a piece of literature in depth. Literature circles ar
This 60 page Middle School Literature Circle Unit is perfect for Thematic Social Justice themed Book Clubs. Literature Circle units are engaging and effective methods of reading instruction that encourage students to engage in rich conversation surrounding text and take ownership of their learning.
At the end of the novel, I give my students a Choice Board in order to have them show me that they have a true deep understanding of the novel. In addition, I have the students conduct a peer review of their fellow students' projects prior to turning in the final project. This gives the students a
Everything you need to enrich your Giver unit or final assessment is in this engaging, student-friendly, print-and-go resource!Optimized for digital use via TpT's digital overlay tool. (All answer boxes have been done for you!)My middle school students have always enjoyed reading The Giver by Lois L

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