INDEPENDENT READING LEARNING STATIONS: I created these learning stations to go along with my Reader’s Notebook
; however, they can be used and adapted for independent reading even if students don’t have a dedicated reader’s notebook. The tasks at each station require that students look for, and write about, different elements of fiction. Included are titles and task cards for: opening lines, setting, point of view, tone, character, conflict, author's message, author's style, great quotes and questions. (This product can be found in my Reader's Workshop Bundle
You can use the task cards as is, or edit them to suit your situation. All of the stations supplied do not have to be used at once. I usually pick four or five to use at a time; then, I will use the remaining ones the next time. Also, it doesn’t matter what point the students are at in their reading, as the stations are designed to be used with any novel at any time.
*More task cards added March 2016.
The titles and task cards are available in colour and grey scale. You will also find editable task cards and rubric.
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