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Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club

Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
Introduce Interactive Journals with "Book Talk" Book Club
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Have you’ve been thinking about using interactive journals in your classroom? This resource will help prepare students for the next step of individual interactive journals, and give you an indication of how they will manage independently and as a group. It can be used with individual students, small groups, or a whole group. It can be used with read-aloud chapter books or beginning chapter books that the students are reading.

Contents
87 pages of resources, including...
• "How to Use This Resource"
• Reading Journal
• Foldables and Activities with directions
• Resources to create a individual lapbooks
• Resources to create a whole group presentation board
• "What Are You Thinking About?" poster set

The Importance of Book Talk
As professional educators, we know about the essential role that oral language plays in literacy development. Research about early literacy development clearly indicates that we are on the right track when we talk with our students about what they are reading, and encourage them to articulate what they are thinking about when they are reading.

Facilitate “book talks” with your students. The oral language involved in these discussions builds comprehension and gives students the opportunity to make connections that they may not have made on their own.

For more information about how I use "Book Talk", check out my blog post at http://appletreeroom.blogspot.com/2014/05/engaging-first-graders-through.html

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Total Pages
88 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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