Reading Response Printables for Homework or Morning Work

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Reading Response Printables Including Comprehension Questions for the year to be used with nightly or daily reading books. This product is a collection of the BEST reading response graphic organizers organized by readers workshop units of study for students in Grades 2 and 3. Are your students understanding what they are reading while at home or are they just filling out their reading logs? This is a great check-in with regard to assessing your students' reading comprehension. It can be used for homework or for daily reading response during reading time.

Included is a CALENDAR organized by month, unit of study and corresponding homework sheets. Each sheet was designed to align with key teaching points related to each unit of study. The teaching points addressed are listed below.

Key teaching points:
Reading Comprehension Strategies
*Good readers think about their reading.
*Good readers ask questions while reading.
*Good readers make predictions and connections while reading.
*Good readers stop and jot while reading.

Characters
*Characters respond to events and challenges.
*Characters have traits.
*Characters change throughout a story.
*Readers can make predictions based on characters’ past
actions.

Nonfiction
*Nonfiction text features give us information.
*The main idea tells us what the page is mostly about.
*Good readers make predictions and connections while reading.
*Good readers stop and jot while reading.

Books in a Series
*Books in the same series contain patterns and similarities.
*We can make predictions using what we know about a series.
*There is a turning point at which time something changes
in the story that affects the problem of the story.

Looking DEEPER
*Readers use evidence from their books to support their thinking.
*Many stories contain a theme, moral, message or lesson.
*Readers make connections to self, world and text.
*Good readers look beyond the text as they infer.

Nonfiction-going DEEPER
*Readers compare and contrast two books on the same topic.
*Readers identify the main idea and details.
*Readers identify author intent and purpose.
*Readers distinguish between important and unimportant
facts.

Poetry
*A poem is often written to evoke emotion.
*Poems contain a “heart” of the poem or message.
*Writers use poetry elements to make their poems’ message
stronger.

Reflecting on our Reading
*Readers look back and think about how they have changed as readers.
*Readers reflect on why and exactly how they have changed.
*Readers make plans for the future.



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Reading Response Printables for Homework or Morning Work
Reading Response Printables for Homework or Morning Work
Reading Response Printables for Homework or Morning Work
Reading Response Printables for Homework or Morning Work
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