**NOTE 1: These bookmarks are set up for PA Common Core standards. I did include the national common core standards next to the PA standards. In reality, any teacher can use this no matter what state they teach in, but PA teachers may find it more beneficial.
**NOTE 2- These bookmarks are also set up to be used with Mastery Connect (online grading system- www.masteryconnect.com). The rubrics can be uploaded to the trackers using the Bubble Sheet Rubric Scoring assessment. You don't need Mastery Connect to use these bookmarks, but if your school does use it, then it it set up to be able to scan it to your grade book.
These 12 (Twelve) reading response bookmarks address all of the priority standards (see standards covered for more details) as set forth to ensure responses to reading that meet or exceed mastery. Each bookmark itself is 3 pages (one for the rubric and two for the response written by the student).
The bookmarks in this set include:
-They Said What- Citing textual evidence to make inferences
-Literary Elements- identifying elements such as setting, theme, characters, plot, solution, etc.
-Literature Picture This- Students create a picture. then summarize it and include setting. characters, and details
-Compare and Contrast- two or main characters, settings, or event
-Literature Word Wizard- They identify important and challenging words, including figurative language. Then they define words they are still unsure about using context clues or reference resource
-Analyzing Multiple Accounts- give a short summary of what was read then compare it to a different point of view or source/text
-Genre Faceoff- Two books are chosen and then the student writes about the similarities and differences between books
-What Does the Textbook Say?- Use quotes from a book and make an inference or use explicit evidence to the message the quote is trying to give
-Informational Picture This- This is like the Literature Picture This, but set up for informational texts
-Informational Cause and Effect- Explain the interactions between two concepts/ideas for informational/nonfiction texts
--Informational Book Wizard- Allows students to use context clues and inferences from words found in nonfiction/informational/ textbook sources. Great for social studies or science classes.
-Informational Soup- A students uses between 2-4 sources to write a mini-report on an informational topic
If you have any questions on these bookmarks, please do not hesitate to ask.