A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards

A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
A BAD CASE OF STRIPES Text Dependent Task Cards
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Use these text dependent task cards after reading A Bad Case of Stripes, by David Shannon. It’s a great First Day of School read aloud, or character education mentor text, or perfect to leave as part of your sub plans.

Simply print out the cards, cut, and laminate. I mount each card on to cardstock before laminating, to make them extra sturdy. Store them either in a basket, file folder, or plastic baggie, or hole punch each card and store on a binder ring for easy access. This particular set of task cards is a bit larger which makes the text easy to read, and easier for little hands to hold. For that reason, I store card sets like these in a two-pocket folder along with the Student Recording Sheets.

Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets! They can be used in a variety of ways. Students can use them individually, in pairs, small groups, or as a whole group activity. After a read aloud, they work great as a Center Activity, or as an assessment. Don’t forget that task cards just “cry out” for a game of SCOOT!

These task cards can be used as traditional task cards or can be uploaded to either Schoology or Google Slides. It’s an easy way to incorporate technology into your language arts block. Have students access the task cards through either Schoology or Google slides, print out the recording sheets, and have them handy for whenever or however you choose to use them. No prep necessary, answer key included.

Another option is to simply print out the cards and Student Recording Sheet in grayscale, and provide them to students as a "packet" to be worked on as a "When You're Finished" project. After the morning read aloud, students can work on the task cards throughout the day, and then come together to discuss and correct their work.

Included are:

• 16 Task Cards
• Student Recording Sheet
• Answer Key

Multiple grade levels are listed, and can be used depending on student abilities.

PLEASE NOTE: You do NOT have to purchase the book! An online version of this story is available at www.storylineonline.net. Either bookmark it on student desktops or upload to Schoology. Students can use this electronic version of the book as a resource as they answer the task cards! It works as a great motivator! It also serves as a read aloud for emergent readers.



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