Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades

Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades
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Interactive Notebooks are a great place for students to store their learning. Students love looking back at their pages, which can be used for reference. Not only is this a great learning tool, but fun to make!

This notebook addresses 1st and 2nd grade Common Core Reading Literature standards--RL.1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.9, RL.2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, and 2.9. Each standard is written in kid friendly terms to focus students' attention.

Each standard is broken into smaller pieces which make mastering more attainable. The activities begin at the 1st grade level then move into the 2nd grade level. You can start your class wherever you think they would be most successful.

RL1.1 and 2.1 notebook pages:
-Students are introduced to question words.
-Students answer questions about a story.
-Students sort questions and can use them for any story.
-Students practice writing their own questions.
-Students practice writing their own questions and answering them.

RL.1.2 and 2.2 notebook pages:
-Students retell a story using pictures or words.
-Students practice retelling a story orally.
-Students write about the beginning, middle, and end of a story.
-Students are introduced to common central messages.
-Student choose a central message for a story and supply a reason for their choice.
-Students are introduced to common morals.
-Students choose a moral and supply a reason for their choice.
-Students retell a story and determine the central message.
-Students retell a fable and determine the moral.

RL.1.3 and 2.3 notebook pages:
-Students are introduced to characters and setting.
-Students describe the characters and setting of a story.
-Students are introduced to challenges.
-Students identify challenges in a story.
-Students are introduced to responses to challenges.
-Students practice describing their responses to common challenges.
-Students are introduced to major events.
-Students identify the major event in a story.
-Students practice identifying the characters, setting, and major event.
-Students practice identifying major events, challenges, and character responses.

RL.1.4 and 2.4
-Students are introduced to common character feelings.
-Students find synonyms (shades of meaning) in literature for common character feelings.
-Students are introduced to the five senses.
-Students find words in literature that appeal to the senses.
-Students are introduced to alliteration, rhyme, and repeated lines.
-Students practice using alliteration.
-Students practice identifying repeated lines.
-Students practice rhyming.
-Students practice identifying alliteration, repeated lines, and rhyme in text and explain why the author used the device.

RL1.5 and 2.5 notebook pages:
-Students are introduced to fiction and nonfiction.
-Students determine if a book is fiction or nonfiction and supply a reason.
-Students describe the structure of the story.
-Students are introduced to beginnings.
-Students identify an introduction to a story.
-Students explain how a beginning introduces a story.
-Students are introduced to conclusions.
-Students identify a conclusion to a story.
-Students describe the structure of a story and describe how the beginning introduces the story and how the ending concludes the story.

RL.1.6 and 2.6
-Students are introduced to point of view.
-Students are introduced to first person and third person.
-Students identify first person and third person.
-Students identify first person and third person in text.
-Students read a story with puppets and speak in different voices for each character.
-Students are introduced to character point of view.
-Students describe characters’ points of view from a story.

RL.1.7 and 2.7 notebook activities:
-Students will learn vocabulary for common character feelings.
-Students will use illustrations to describe character feelings.
-Students will learn vocabulary for common story settings.
-Students will describe the setting of a story.
-Students will describe the plot of a story.

RL.1.9 and 2.9 notebook activities:
-Students will compare the experiences and adventures of two characters.
-Students will contrast the experiences and adventures of two characters.
-Students will compare and contrast the experiences and adventures of two characters.
-Students will compare and contrast the experiences and adventures of two characters in a Venn diagram.
-Students will compare and contrast two versions of the same story.
-Students will compare and contrast two versions of the same story in a Venn diagram.

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*Each student will need a 9 3/4 x 7 1/2 inch notebook.
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