Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters

Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
Literature Circle Roles, Fiction and Nonfiction Guide and Posters
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Get started with classroom book clubs or literature circles! This is a complete printable guide to implementing them in your classroom. Both fiction and nonfiction outlines are included as well as role sheets, task cards, peer evaluation, self-evaluation and rubrics. Question prompts will assist students when participating in each session.

Fiction Literature Circles are made up of four participants: “Connector,” “Investigator”, “Story Surveyor” and “Vocabulary Detective.” The Connector is responsible for eliciting background knowledge based on prior experiences.
The Investigator asks questions based on higher order thinking. The Story Surveyor has a view of the whole text. The Surveyor can retell the story in an organized fashion. The Vocabulary Detective finds and defines vocabulary words from the day’s reading selection.

Nonfiction Literature Circles are made up of four participants: “Convention Hunter,” “Illustrator”, “Investigator” and “Vocabulary Detective.” The Convention Hunter is responsible for finding nonfiction conventions. The Illustrator sketches a picture related to the reading. The Investigator asks questions based on higher order thinking. The Vocabulary Detective finds and defines vocabulary words from the text. The Vocabulary Detective chooses words that are interesting, confusing or new.

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Additional reading resources include:

Retell, Relate, Reflect- Guiding Verbal and Written Responses

Retelling Visual Displays and Organizers



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