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For ANY novel! This fun, interactive printable journal is a great tool to study literature. Help students take a closer look at their reading with the chapter-by-chapter and whole-novel journal pages. Each page has the image of a 'window into the book' where students can write content on the window panes. Students will love learning literary elements like setting, plot, characterization, conflict, resolution and theme in this non-threatening format. It makes a great variation from the traditional book report and is really versatile for any classroom. Rubric is included!
Students can easily add additional pages if their novel is long--it is adaptable to any book!
The journal pages can be used as a discussion guide, homework assignment, quick reading comprehension check or as quizzes and tests.
The journal pages cover these literary elements and skills:
*point of view
*text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world connections
*about the author
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