Products in this Bundle (4)
MIDDLE SCHOOL "READING TOOLS" BUNDLE
WHAT DO I GET?
1 CLOSE READING TOOLS
The Close Reading Annotation Toolkit can be used with any fiction or nonfiction assignment. The tools in this kit may be used by students individually, in pairs, or in groups.
This resource includes:
Coded Annotation Bookmarks
8 “Claim It. Prove It. Simplify It.” Short Constructed Response Sheets
19 Reading Response Poster Bubbles
Red and White Striped Wall Display Letters
2 Decks of 19 Response Cards (color and black and white versions)
8 Literacy Center Title Cards
5 Notebook Reference Cards
3 CCSS Reading Anchor Posters
Bonus Files: Close Reading-at-a-Glance Cheat Sheets AND Color Response Posters
2 READING CONFERENCE TOOLS
The 30 pre-made conferencing cards give students a reading strategy to practice or a standards-based skill to focus on.
The 3 editable cards allow you to customize reading skills to satisfy the requirements of district road maps or to differentiate your instruction.
· Reading logs for students to record the number of pages they read each day
· A form to monitor student preparation during independent reading time
· 3 generic cards on which students may record personal chapter notes, conference notes, and discussion points
What Reading Skills Will Students Practice?
Key Ideas and Details
Craft and Structure
Compare and Contrast
Point of View
Mini Book Talk
3 Customizable Cards
3 LIT CIRCLES TOOLS
Illustrated Student Instruction Sheets, Participation Guides and Cube Templates will add excitement to content-area discussions, literature circles and learning stations.
Bonus materials include:
18 (4” x 51/2”) Poster Cards: Use these multi-purpose display cards to host gallery walks, complete craft reports, run group discussions, set up learning stations, hold scavenger hunts, conduct book passes and more.
8 Illustrated ELA Lesson Ideas: Use these lessons to connect reading and writing skills.
1 Author’s Craft Report: Use this illustrated form to analyze passages for writing strategies and score the effectiveness of those strategies.
1 Fiction Discussion Starter Sheet: Use the starter sheet to rate the author’s ability to engage readers.
4 BOOK TASTING TOOLS
Book-Tasting and Text-Tasting Activities are fun and they help students make reading/writing connections.
To run book-tasting or text-tasting events, you’ll need several books, short stories or articles and menu covers with task sheet inserts.
Single Page Book Tasting and Text Tasting Menu Covers (color and black and white)
Folded Menu in two sizes (color and black and white)
Two Color Posters and Display Slides
Eight Task Card Menu Inserts
One Cheat Sheet
Video, Text, and Photo Tutorials