Help students build strong reading response paragraphs!
This is an in-depth chart that teaches students how to use text detail, focusing on paraphrasing vs. quoting. It also gives students a variety of evidence and elaboration stems. This particular lesson focuses on conflict, but it can be used for any skill. I used a short story as a mentor text and they used their own texts for their charts.
As a homework assignment, I had students take the information from their charts and create a reading response paragraph.
Included with this purchase is:
- Blank teacher chart to be used during a mini-lesson
- Sample teacher chart
- Blank student chart for them to use during their independent work time
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