Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}

Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}
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Reading Workshop Conferencing Bookmarks {K/1}, Reading Workshop, reading, conferencing, This is a set of 45 bookmarks to use when conferencing during Reader's Workshop. I use these to reteach the concept represented on a bookmark during the conference as a mini lesson. Then I give the bookmark to the student to use to help keep them focus on what they are suppose to be working on during Independent Reading time. This download includes:
45 Conferring Bookmarks
3 Blank bookmark to create your own
3 sheets of data tracking
**Below are the skills represented:
Using Eagle Eye
Using Lips The Fish
Using Skippy The Frog
Using Tryin Lion
Using Chunky Monkey
Using Stretchy Snake
Using Flippy Dolphin
Does it look right, sound right, and make sense?
Using More than 1 strategy together
Identify Characters
Identify Setting
Identify Character feelings
Read the pictures
Read a story you already know
Read the words
Read from left to right
Point to the words
Take a picture walk and predict what the story will be about
Make predictions while reading
Can visualize a story
Can tell a favorite part AND state a reason why
Identify the main idea
Text to Self connections
Text to Text connections
Text to World connections
Text to Media connections
Asking questions {Who did something?}
Asking Questions {What is going on?}
Asking Questions {Where is it happening?}
Asking Questions {When did it happen?}
Asking Questions {Why did it happen?}
Retell the whole story in sequential order
Can identify and retell the beginning
Can identify and retell the middle
Can identify and retell the ending
Informational (Nonfiction) text vs. Literature (Fiction)
Informational (Nonfiction) text features {table of contents, bold/colored words,caption, labels, glossary}
Parts of a book {front cover, title, author, illustrator, back cover}
Beginning Sounds
Middle Sounds
Ending Sounds
Can identify the problem
Can identify the solution
Can identify Character Physical Traits
Can identify Character Personality Traits

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