This form is for students to fill out after participating in a book club or literature circle. They use this as an assessment to see how they did during a book club, and to sets goals for their next book club.
The form is created by copying the
This can be used as a 1/4 sheet that you fill out and paperclip to separate sheets or books you need pages copied from. This makes is clear for parent volunteers and easy for you to fill out.
All you need to do is copy this on a bright color of
This is an excellent tool for students to use as weekly practice at many skills including close reading, setting a purpose, identifying author's perspective, main ideas, text structure, domain specific vocabulary, and being able to summarize
These pages can be copied front-to-back and reproduced to use during book clubs. Students, teachers, and or parent volunteers record the thinking done during book clubs and can be referred to in following book clubs to remember the thinking that
This packet provides directions for creating book club envelopes with directions for volunteers to run book clubs without teacher assistance and the forms to use during book clubs for assessment and student reflection.
Have students staple this to the inside of their reading journals so they can record what they have read each day in class. Teachers can use this as a way to see student's reading progress, and confer with students about their reading logs.
After students sit down and discuss the books they are reading, it is always a good thing for them to reflect on their performance. With this sheet, you copy the front to the back and it becomes a two-sided half-sheet form that students fill out to
This is a fun activity students of varying ages love to do during the Fall and around Halloween. Students use observation, estimation, and measurement when exploring real pumpkins. All the teacher has to do is provide four pumpkins of varying