CLOSE READING with ANY BOOK {Using Sticky Notes}

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Proficient readers are ones who are actively engaged with the text.
We want our students to become critical thinkers while reading. However, how do you do close reading annotations with books who can't write on?

I have a solution!

This unit provides you with all you need to successfully manage the use of sticky notes to assess your students' critical analysis of texts.

Contents Include:

Why Use Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes with Small Group Discussions
Sticky Note Starters
Track My Thinking Form (fiction)
Track My Thinking Form—Wondering
Track My Thinking Form—New Words
Track My Thinking Form - Connections
Track My Thinking Form - Predicting
Track My Thinking Form - New Learning
Sticky Notes & Nonfiction
Research Notes Form
Coding My Comments
Coding Bookmarks
2 Student Binder Covers
Assessment Forms

These lessons are teacher-tested and kid approved. I hope you and your class enjoy them as well.

Let me know what you think!
Alison ~ The Literacy Garden
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21 pages
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