Help students have reading fun
and writing fun
as they offer their opinions about parts of articles they read.
Using this 8-page reproducible activity
, students read and respond
to a magazine, newspaper, or online article, which encourages more in-depth involvement with their reading.
The activity has two parts. In Part A, students give information about the source
of the article.
In Part B, students respond to the article, choosing from 50 different questions or prompts
about the article. Depending on the article students read, you may let students choose the questions or prompts, or you may assign specific questions or prompts.
This classroom-tested activity is suitable for upper elementary, middle school, high school, and college classes. Created by Susan Thurman.
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