Reading Response Journal Questions - FREE - This Reading Mama

Reading Response Journal Questions {FREE

Reading Response Journal Questions - These are examples of questions you can use as reading response questions in their reading journal. There are very good examples that can fit any genre or style of writing.

Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels that are read aloud in the classroom. This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, each with a built in Anchor Chart. This resource also includes Mini Lessons to introduce each skill or strategy. These journals were designed for use with Literature Texts and intended for Upper Elementary classrooms.

Reading Response Journals

Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels that are read aloud in the classroom. This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, eac

FREE ideas for how a 2nd grade teacher uses Reading Response Journals. Great student samples, too!

The How and Why of Reading Response Journals

The How and Why of Reading Response Journals. "Use reading response journals in your classroom as a casual and flexible way for students to respond to text, share opinions, and write their thoughts.

differentiated reader response cards, just print and glue. Free Google Doc file. Create different questions for different students or groups of students to challenge them at their own level.

Reader's Response with Sticky Notes

differentiated reader response cards, kids will never know AND a video tutorial about printing on sticky notes!

She has a great blog with lots of good ideas for reading/writing noteboooks. Check it out...

Cafe Reader's Notebooks - Ideas for goal setting, reading log, etc. It might 'fit' within the Daily Five-good ideas

Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels that are read aloud in the classroom. This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, each with a built in Anchor Chart. This resource also includes Mini Lessons to introduce each skill or strategy. These journals were designed for use with Literature Texts and intended for Upper Elementary classrooms.

Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to novels that are read aloud in the classroom. This Reading Response Journal covers 10 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, eac

Whole class journals are a cool idea for students who get finished early. Need to think of how to relate to math

Class journals - once a student writes in it they have the option of choosing a sticker from my collection to place on the front cover. The stickers show me how many kids have tackled each topic. New twist on my classroom journals.

Performing in Education: Using novels in the classroom: Character Trait & Textual Evidence Lesson

Using novels in the classroom: Character Trait & Textual Evidence Lesson

Performing in Education: Using novels in the classroom: Character Trait & Textual Evidence Lesson this lady has a vast and great collection of ideas for close reading

Figurative Language Reading Notebook Anchor Chart, Anchor Charts at your students'' fingertips, Grades 3-5

Reading Notebook Anchor Charts {Literature}

Figurative Language Reading Notebook Anchor Chart, Anchor Charts at your students'' fingertips, Grades

Higher Order Thinking Questions Freebie for fiction AND non-fiction reading responses! Love this list!

Fiction AND Non-Fiction Reading Response Questions and Response Pages.great for monitoring comprehension during independent reading and for homework responses.

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