Reader's Response Interactive Notebook (Google Doc Formatted / Microsoft Word)

Reader's Response Interactive Notebook (Google Doc Formatted / Microsoft Word)
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14 MB|137 pages
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This product is a 137 page Reader's Response Notebook that was created to be used with Google Docs (if you would like me to share the product with you, you will have to e-mail me). I want my students to use this reader's response notebook to actively think when they read and about their reading. This is also a place for them to keep track of their reading and books that they want to read. Also, this is a reference for them to refer to during the school year. If you purchase this product it comes in a Microsoft Word format. The product is edible and includes:

All About Me
Reading Interview
My Reading Goals
Reading Log
Books To Read

Guidelines for Reading Workshop
Genre Overview
Book Talk Guidelines
Preparing For Book Discussions
How Will You Respond?
Common Themes In Literature
Post-It Note Codes
Reading Response Question Prompts
Talking Back To Books As You Read
Comprehension Strategies
Reader’s Notebook Instructions
Reader’s Notebook Rubric
Sample Reader’s Notebook Entry
SRI Lexile - Accelerated Reader Grade Level Conversion Chart
Elements of Fiction
Elements of Nonfiction - Text Structures
Elements of Nonfiction - Text Features - Text Organizers
Elements of Nonfiction - Text Features - Fonts and Effects
Elements of Nonfiction - Text Features - Graphics

Letter to your Librarian
Interview A Character
Persuasive Paragraph
Setting Postcard
Character Wish List
Noteworthy News Article
Prediction Chart
My Character’s Journal
Compare Yourself To The Main Character
Character Dialogue
Character Caricature
Skyping With The Author
Sensory Chart
Grade A Character
Advice Column
All About A Character
Think About The Theme
Charm Bracelet
Analyzing The Cover
What’s Next?
First Impressions
Most Important Scene
Who Said What And Why Is It Important?
It Happened In A Flash (Back)!
Character’s Problem
Map It!!
Got Conflict
Event Comparison
And The Winner Is…..
Fact Or Opinion
What Does The Title Symbolize?
Theme Progression Chart
Theme Organizer
Character Symbols
Quotable Quotations
Overcoming Obstacles
Most Exciting Part
Lessons Learned
Picture Perfect
Target Predictions
Character Changes
Making Inferences
The Power Of Point Of View
Which Point Of View?
Writing A Picture
Deciphering Details
Finding The Gist
Double Entry Journal
Read Like A Detective
Citing Textual Evidence: Supporting An Analysis of Explicit Statements
Citing Textual Evidence: Supporting The Inference
It Says, I Say, And So…..
Summarizing Key Supporting Details
Analyzing: Theme
Theme Search
Analyzing Story Elements: Dialogue
Analyzing Story Elements: Plot
Analyzing Story Elements: Character & Setting
Analyzing Story Elements: Plot & Character
Conflict Dissection

Question-Answer Relationships
Essential Questions
Concept Wheel
Summarizing Key Details
Analyzing: Central Idea
Analyzing: Interactions
Two-Tiered Timeline
Compare and Contrast T-Chart
Cause and Effect
Problem and Solution
Description and List
Analyzing Text Structure
Comparing and Contrasting Text Structures and Features
Determining Point of View and Purpose
Textual Evidence T-Chart
Quote It!
Between the Lines
What Do I Notice
Developing Ideas
What’s the Tone?
Think Like an Author!
Feature Chart
Point of View Clues
Point of View Chart

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137 pages
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