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Literature Circle job sheets, group rubrics, book activities, connection posters and more! This pack makes setting up literature circles in grades 2-4 a breeze!
Anjelica Turner saved to reading
Start Using Literature Circles TODAY! Find out how to easily implement literature circles with grades 3-5. So easy, you can get started today (or tomorrow).
Helen Mills saved to Teaching
Something that has become kind of a buzz word around my school lately is Literature Circles . I think it's common this time of year for teachers to start to feel a little 'over' their standard guided reading routines. I know I always feel a little antsy in the spring, and look for ways to jazz t
Library Lee saved to Read to Succeed
Literature Circles (Book Clubs) are one of my favorite ways to engage students in reading. Get your kids independently talking about books while you meet with your guided reading groups.
This freebie comes from my Literature Circles: Job Sheets and More pack! Included in this freebie are two versions of my "Lit. Messages" which students use during reading. They are short-hand messages similar to text messages. Students jot down their message on a post-it and stick it on the corresponding page. After reading, students can share their messages during discussion time. These are also great to teach your students and use during social studies and science reading. The other file…
lesleigh mannell saved to Reading/LA
I love literature circles. I love giving my students ownership of their learning and choice when picking their novles. I also know that humans are social in nature, and literature circles provide the perfect setting for what I call "dinner table talk" about books. The challenge this school year was bringing the literature circle experience to the hybrid classroom. How could my students read books in groups when half of my students were home and half were in the classroom? How could we meet…
Lydia Christine saved to Reading
There are a multitude of ways to conduct Literature Circles in your classroom. Check out my TpT store for a free download of my Literature Circles Packet, which includes a quick summary of how I conduct literature circles in my classroom! Check back for more information on my Literature Circles. We're starting them this week
Marie Batdorf-Quinn saved to Maries
Looking for ideas as you implement literature circles in your classroom? This post explains what to do about literature circle roles and includes free printable bookmarks, assignment sheets, and assessment forms - all for free! Great resources for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade.
A multiple choice quiz after reading is a quick and easy way to check student comprehension, but it doesn't allow you to assess deeper understanding and it certainly isn't fun or creative. If you are looking for more meaningful and engaging activities to use with students during literature circles or a novel unit, here's twelve ideas that are favorites in my classroom and the Common Core standards they align with.
Jenna Bulling saved to Teaching:)
Literature Circles are an ideal practice that I love to implement in my classroom to enhance students love of reading. If you are looking for a
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