Lectio Divina | Sacred Reading: Graphic Organizer

Lectio Divina | Sacred Reading: Graphic Organizer
Lectio Divina | Sacred Reading: Graphic Organizer
Lectio Divina | Sacred Reading: Graphic Organizer
Lectio Divina | Sacred Reading: Graphic Organizer
Lectio Divina | Sacred Reading: Graphic Organizer
Lectio Divina | Sacred Reading: Graphic Organizer
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Lectio Divina: Sacred Reading | Usage & Idea Guide

  • This products contains three versions. All sheets ask the same questions. Three of the sheets use Latin terminology and three of the sheets use English terminology. The differences in formatting are created to offer student options for differentiation and personal preference.
  • Ask students to complete one of these pages for each text you are studying and then collate all the pages into a book.
  • Lectio Divina would also work well as a reading center especially with older students.
  • Teachers may enjoy using this sheet as a guide to preparing a reading lesson or a discussion on a text. Alternatively, students may use this format to discuss texts with one another or a group.
  • Consider using this document for students working independently on specific readings. These sheets can help support students in their understanding and offer documentation of their work and study.
  • Any of these boxes can be enriched by requiring students to answer, “Why?” or “Where did you find that information?”
  • Complete portions of the chart for students who may need this support. Or, complete the chart as a whole group.
  • Indicate page numbers and/or materials where specific information can be found to complete this chart.
  • Use as part of your assessment cycle of pretesting, checking for understanding, and/or posttesting.
  • Consider enlarging at a local printing company or education agency to use as an anchor chart or large group teaching tool.
  • Enlarge on an Elmo, overhead projector, or interactive whiteboard for whole group instruction.
  • Use as part of any learning centers.
  • Use as part of carousel brainstorming.
  • Assign specific students or specific groups particular boxes or rows and then share those with other students or groups. Then, come back as a whole group to present and share information.
  • Cut the chart on the lines and use as a mixing and matching game and/or puzzle. Use this as a center. This works especially well if the sheet is printed on cardstock, cut apart, and laminated. Photographs can be made of these for record keeping and sharing purposes. This can also be sent home as a review, communication, and sharing tool. Additionally, students could be asked to reassemble the chart and glue it onto construction paper.
  • Print on cardstock and laminate. This allows the document to be used repeatedly by writing on it with dry erase or wet erase markers. Photographs or photocopies can be made of these for record keeping and sharing purposes.
  • Use as part of interactive notebooks. Print size may need to be adjusted depending on the size of notebooks being used.
  • Allow students to answer each box in a different color of ink or pencil to increase engagement, interest, and potential retention of material.
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