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Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2

Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2
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Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook (Journal) - Part 2 (BUNDLE)

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What is a Reading Response i-Notebook?
Response i-Notebooks requires your students to write about their understanding of reading concept and strategies., what they felt while reading a book or listening to a story.

What is its purpose?

Reading Response i-Notebook records student feelings, responses, and reactions to reading texts. This strategy encourages students to think deeply about the materials they read and to relate this information to their prior knowledge and experiences. This interaction between reader and text extends the reading experience into the "real life" application of information.

Reading Response i-Notebook allows students to reflect on and raise questions about a text. This notebook will be especially valuable for promoting opinion making, value judgments, and critical thinking.

How Can You Use it in Your Classroom?

Explain the functions of the response notebook to students. Stress that the notebook is personal—a place to express ideas, feelings, questions, and opinions. Point out that there are no "right answers" in response notebooks capture high-quality student-text interaction.

Provide a model notebook for students. Make sure that this model includes observations, questions, critical judgments, opinions, and feelings. Explain that while all of these are appropriate, students should be able to distinguish opinion from observation and critical judgment from feelings.

Provide essential question sheets with prompting questions that will help structure student responses. Encourage students to record as many observations as they can.

From time to time, organize the class into small groups and allow students to share their notebook responses with their peers. Stress again the functions of the i-Notebook and the fact that there are no "right" or "wrong" answers. Answers may vary.

Assessment and Evaluation Considerations

The student iNotebook may be viewed as a piece of ongoing assessment. Notebook entries can be evaluated when teachers read students' notebook when students share as a whole class, when students have literature circles, or when students have individual conferences with the teacher. Teachers may take notes on "post-it" notes or labels as they listen or confer with students. They may keep records of reading and writing strategies students have incorporated into their silent reading.

As part of self-evaluation, students may choose a piece of personal writing response from their reading response notebook they would like to include in their portfolio and explain what it shows they can do well or might do better. Students may look back through their notebook and, with teacher assistance, evaluate which reading strategies have been most helpful for them as they read and set specific goals for their reading and comprehension.

The following reading topics are included in this packet:
Multiple Meaning Words
Media Literacy
Media Literacy: Cereal Box Student Advertisement
Greek and Latin Roots (Affixes, Prefixes & Suffixes)
Genre: Fiction and Non-Fiction Text
Main Idea and Supporting Details
Plot and Plot Diagram
Elements of Poetry
Point of View (First, Second and Third Person)
Making Predictions
Sequence
Story Elements
Theme
Text Features
Text Structure
Making Generalizations
Determining the Importance
20 Reading Reference Sheets (Notes)
18 - Essential Question Sheets
37 Blank Foldable Templates

Over 180 pages!

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Also, check out the following reading topics are included Reading Comprehension iNotebook - Part 1 {BUNDLE} packet:

Schema
Summarization
Antonyms
Synonyms
Homonyms
Homographs
Author’s Purpose
Cause and Effect
Character Traits & Analysis
Classify and Categorize
Context Clues
Context Clues – Vocabulary Comic Strip
Chronological Sequence
Compare and Contrast
Drawing Conclusions
Elements of Drama
Dictionary Skills
Inference
Implicit and Explicit Information
Fact and Opinion
Figurative Language
21 Reading Reference Sheets (Notes)
22 - Essential Question Sheets
37 Blank Foldable Templates
Over 190 pages!

2014 Amazing Documents - All Right Reserved. No part of the packet may be reproduced. Reproduction of these materials for use by an individual teacher in his or her classroom is permissible. Reproduction of these materials for an entire grade level, school or school system is strictly prohibited. Additional licenses are available for purchase. Amazing Documents
Total Pages
180 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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