This is a 14-page Powerpoint presentation to use while reading aloud a text with students. As you read through the powerpoint, read a chosen anchor text with students. The instructions for the read aloud can literally be done with any text -
Independent Reading Menu Assignment to be assigned at the beginning of the marking period or at the beginning of a reading period. Students have 12 options from which to choose. You may assignment one or more books and tasks. Instruction sheet,
This bookmark is double-sided, and both sides include important information for students to use while actively reading with a purpose. One side includes the 6 Reading Signposts, a bit of information about the signpost and the anchor question that
Students will view 6 total video clips with the goal of noticing and noting a reading signpost. If a student recognizes one (or more) signpost, he/she needs to identify it, explain how he/she knows it’s a signpost, and then respond to the signpost
When my students come to school in September, the expectation is that they read a least 2 books over the summer. One of the ways I get students talking about their summer reading is to write and record a book talk. This also helps me to get to know
I give out this bookmark to all of my students as they are reading fiction to identify important moments in the story. The bookmark contains the signpost definitions, questions, and response requirements. Students craft their responses on post-its.