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Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade

Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Interactive Reading Notebook using Fictional and Nonfictional Text for 1st Grade
Product Description
This product file helps fill up your students reading notebooks with valuable and lifelong strategies to help them read fluently and to work on their comprehension. It contains easy flip-flaps for your students address the needs of the Reading Common Core Standards for first grade. They will be able to use the interactive pages to set reading goals, understand fiction and nonfictional text, compare and contrast text using fairy tales, folklores, and fables, learning about story elements of different fictional texts, visualizing, questioning, inferring emotions/feelings/word meaning, the conventions of nonfiction and technology, and truly understanding the strategies of how to fluently and comprehend books they are reading at home and school. Wanting to SAVE your INK? It comes in black and white as well!

Check out the table of contents below:
Pages 7-13: Books to use to teach comprehension strategies
Page 14: Reading Goals
Page 15: Books I Plan to Read
Pages16-17: Reading Interests
Page 18: Reading Log
Page 19: Genres at a Glance
Page 20: Tally Chart: What Genre am I reading?
Pages 21-23: Graphing the Genres I Read
Pages 24-26: Comparing and Contrasting: Fiction vs. Nonfiction
Page 27: Metacognition: What do readers think about as they read?
Page 28: Ways to read a book
Pages 29-30: Just Right Books
Page 31: Why do readers abandon certain books?
Pages 32-37: Fluency Strategies with flip-flaps to figure out words
Page 38-40: Fluency Strategies with learning how to read with
expression
Pages 41-43: Words that suggest feelings or appeal to the senses
Pages 44-45: Schema
Pages 46-52: Connections
Pages 53-74: Story Elements and Retelling Stories
Pages 75-87: Visualizing
Pages 88-102: Questioning
Pages 103-105: Predicting
Pages 106-117: Inferring emotions
Pages 118-120: Inferring PIE
Pages 121-123: Inferring the Main Idea
Pages 124-136: Inferring Word Meaning
Pages 137-149: Determining the Importance: Conventions of
Nonfiction
Pages 150-152: Synthesizing
Pages 153-164 Flip-Flap Directions
SAVE you INK pages are on pages 165-305, see table of contents on page 3 in product file.
Total Pages
305 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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