Students LOVE to use emojis in social media and on their phones, so let’s engage them while they’re reading too! This freebie includes ways to use emojis for reading response!
Here’s how it works: Students think about and respond to characters and events in their independent reading books. They should record the emotions felt during reading by pasting the appropriate emoji onto the log/journal and providing evidence for their response.
Emoji Reading Response Log: perfect for nightly reading! Ensure students are completing their required minutes and practicing responding to reading.
Emoji Reading Response Journal: This journal is intended for longer texts/time periods. It’s perfect for use in the classroom as reading response or over school breaks!
Emoji Sheet: 8 sets of 4 emoticons - happy, amused, sad, shocked, scared, angry, worried, or confused.
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Emoji Reading Response
by Michaela Almeida
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Emoticon clip art (c) pigknit