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- These interactive reading bookmarks are the perfect activity to reinforce using reading strategies (with any text), nonfiction skills, fiction skills, and understanding genre during independent reading. The front side of each reading bookmark has a student friendly definition of the skill with an al$23.00$28.00Save $5.00
These interactive fiction reading bookmarks are the perfect activity to reinforce using fiction skills during independent reading. The front side of each reading bookmark has a student friendly definition of the skill with an aligning visual, details about what the skill is, and examples to guide them in actively using the skill during independent reading. The back side of each has places for students to actively use the skill while reading. Students can either 1.) place 2" by 2" sticky notes into the boxes on the back and then transfer their sticky notes to their Fiction Notes Tracker, or 2.) just use the back as a guide and write directly into the boxes on their Fiction Notes Tracker. Please take a look at the product preview for a closer look at the fiction bookmarks.
FICTION SKILLS AND TOPICS INCLUDED:
- Story Elements
- Sequence of Events
- Problem & Solution or
- Conflict & Resolution
- Type of Conflict
- Main Character
- Determining Character Traits
- Analyzing Character Traits
- Making Inferences About Character Traits
- Character Traits vs. Emotions
- Internal & External Character Traits
- Protagonist vs. Antagonist
- Flat vs. Round Character
- S.W.B.S.T. Summary
- Point of View (2 options)
2 PRINTING OPTIONS INCLUDED:
1.) Print Double-Sided (4/page): Directions are included for how you can print double sided from the PDF. You can of course make a master one-sided copy of both the front and back of each and create your own double-sided bookmarks using a copy machine if you would rather go that route.
2.) Print One Side Only (2/page): The front and back of two book marks can be printed on one side. Simply cut down the middle, fold the front to the back and glue them together. You could also leave it open (rather than gluing the front to the back) and that side for students to mark vocabulary from the text, a spelling pattern they are working on, etc.
Looking for more ways to support students in fiction reading? Check out these resources below!