The Common Core puts a large emphasis on teaching our students to be strong nonfiction readers. This set of six nonfiction reading journals/prompts, formatted to look like bookmarks, will help your students develop the nonfiction reading skills they need. These bookmark prompts are great for checking in with students to assess their independent nonfiction reading, but they can also be used for reading prompts as students work through a class novel, newspaper/magazine article, or do research. The prompts help students focus on important nonfiction reading skills.
This download includes six different bookmarks with six different journal prompts organized two different ways. The first two pages have three different bookmarks per page. This is a great way to print them if you want to give a packet of bookmarks to a student or if you want to add variety and make sure that each student in the class doesn't get the same prompt. The last six pages have three copies of the same bookmark per page. This is great if you want to assign everyone the same bookmark prompt at the same time.
The six nonfiction reading skills covered in this set are:
Making Connections (RI.6.9)
It Reminds Me Of... (RI.6.7)
Making Inferences (RI.6.1)
The bookmarks are intended for students in grades 6-12, so they are fairly plain and do not include any clipart. This set is for nonfiction texts.
Check out the similar set of bookmarks to use with fictional texts
Created by Classroom 214
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