Many schools are going 1:1 and are trying to have paperless classrooms.
*Unlike traditional task cards you don't have to spend a lot of time cutting them out.
Enclosed you will find 20 digital task cards that can be used with non-fiction books. Students will either write responses to the prompts on the task cards or use the digital journal that has been provided.
The writing prompts can be used with non-fiction books.
This activity is aligned with the common core state standards for grades 5-12. There is a list of the standards included.
I've also included a rubric that I use that will help simplify your grading.
You can easily print out the pages if you have to.
If you haven’t created a free Google account, you will need to do that before beginning the project. Each student will need their own account if they will be working on their own.
Advantages of Digital Resources:
No more wasting time waiting in line for the copy machine.
Integrate technology into your lessons.
Increased student engagement.
Easy way to do group work.
You will never lose a paper again (neither will they).
Items included in this product: Detailed teacher directions, 20 writing prompts each on its own digital task card, a rubric to help simplify your grading, a list of the common core state standards for grades 5-12, an 11 page PDF "How to move your Google Drive lessons to the top education apps" and a digital journal (optional).
If you have any questions feel free to ask.
Do you still love traditional paper copies? No problem! This product is available in hard copy here:
Task Cards for Independent Reading: Non-Fiction Set