Interactive Literacy Notebook for Third Grade (RL and RI CCSS)
Interactive Notebooks are a great way for students to have hands-on experience with reading standards. The components in this Interactive Literacy Notebook will be a tremendous resource for your third grade students throughout the entire year.
42 Interactive Literacy Notebook components in all!
Aligned to Common Core State Standards. RL3.1, RL3.2, RL.3.3, RL.3.4, RL.3.5, RL.3.6, RL.3.7, RL.3.9, RL.3.10, RI.3.1, RI.3.2, RI.3.3, RI.3.4, RI.3.5, RI.3.6, RI.3.7, RI.3.8, RI.3.9, RI.3.10
Everything you need to get started with Interactive notebooks:
-Suggestions/Directions for setting up the notebooks
-Covers, 4 choices, each in color or bw
-Reflections Stems list
-Table of Contents pages
-Complete teacher directions for each component explains what to put on the Input page and the Output page.
-I Can statement strips to glue onto each page
-color photo of each page layout.
-Literature Standards: suggested read-aloud book with discussion cards to use as you introduce each skill. Patricia Polacco books are featured, but you can use any text to introduce the components for the notebook.
-Informational Text: suggested nonfiction books that go along with my CC Maps Units. But, you can use any nonfiction books to introduce the components.
This packet includes Interactive Notebook components for the nine Reading Literature and ten Reading Informational Text for the 3rd grade CCSS. There are a total of 42 components for your student interactive notebooks. Plus Bonus components for Good Reader Strategies and Literature Studies. A total of 42 components.
Notebook Components: Most components comes in color and bw versions.
RL.3.1 Question, Evidence, Answer fold-up book
QAR, Question Answer Relationships
RL.3.2 Key Details/Central Message Organizer
Literature Genre Chart
RL.3.3 Actor’s Scent Prep
Character Traits List
Character graphic Organizer
RL.3.4 Word Tree, Context Clues
It Really Means. . ., Figurative Language
RL.3.5 Stories Dramas and Poems Terms
Building Blocks, Building comprehension
RL.3.6 Who’s Telling the Story? Author, Narrator, Characters
I think . . . , Connections and Reflections
RL.3.7 Did you see that? Text illustrations
RL.3.9 Story Elements Fold-Up
Compare and Contrast Venn Diagram
RL.3.10 Reading Record
Two sets of Bonus Components:
4 Good Reader Strategies
Metacognition (Thinking) Tune in to your Thinking
Predicting, Crystal Ball
Connecting, That Reminds me of . . .
Questioning, I’m wondering . . .
10 Literature Study Components
Parts of a Book
Somebody, Wanted, But, So Summarizer
Reading Informational Text
RI.3.1 -Thin and Thick Questions Accordion Book and Questions Sort
RI.3.2 -Main Idea and Key Details Shell and Fan Book
RI.3.3 -Timeline Half-Fold Book and student timeline
-Cause/Effect Slide Pocket
-8 organizers for Informational Text Structure
RI.3.4 -Vocabulary Pocket Sort and chart
RI.3.5 -Text Features Flaps and chart
RI3.6 -Point of View and Agree or Disagree
RI.3.7 -Get the Picture? Tab book and Key Details I learned
RI.3.8 -Use the Text Feature Organizers from RI.3.3
RI.3.9 -Compare and Contrast Note Folder and write summary
RI.3.10 -Use the Reading Record from RL.3.10
Fourth Grade Interactive Notebook
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