This is a fabulous resource for teachers implementing close reading in their classrooms!
How to use:
These are the steps I have my students follow in order to closely
read a text. Simply print, cut, and pass out for students to use when close reading a text independently or wtih the class. These strips are intended for students to turn in. The back of the strip is left blank in order to provide a space for answering comprehension
questions. This boosts student engagement and gives you a quick
check for understanding that you can use to assess and grade.
My students love checking items off the list after completing each
close reading task. These checklists are meant to be disposable
after each close reading. Students can turn them in to be graded.
Saves paper and are intended to be printed in black and white. Have fun and remember teaching resources should be anything but
boring.. remember to Teach in Technicolor!
If you are interested in this item you may also want to check out my FREE larger close reading checklists made for a desktop or poster reference guide. Comes in three different styles:
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Thanks! Mrs. Hileman
Common Core, Close Reading , ELA , College and Career Readiness Standards , 21st Century Learning , Language Arts , Teaching In Technicolor