Novel study activities
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By The Daring English Teacher When teaching a novel, I love to mix things up and throw in a fun, creative, or collaborative activity that engages students as they analyze and interpret the novel’s theme, characters, symbols, or conflict. This allows me to enhance my students’ understanding of the novel, and it gives them a break from the day-to-day routine of reading and reviewing that often accompanies novel studies. Providing students with fun and engaging, yet still rigorous, activities…
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Description Two differentiated choice boards for students reading any novel or participating in a literature circle. Dozens of prompts for responding to the text are included, meeting many different learning styles and covering Bloom's Taxonomy! Are you looking for more ideas for READING RESPONSE? **Reading Skill Reading Response Choice Boards** Reading Skills Reading Response Task Cards Story Elements Reading Response Task Cards Informational Text Reading Response Task Cards Other Reading…
Rocio saved to Classroom Ideas
This is an engaging novel study for the book City of Ember. Tons of great activities to help with reading comprehension.
Angela Serrano saved to Reading
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:)
Your students will love these fun novel study activities for any book. Six ideas to accompany any book study in the elementary classroom.
Katie Walter saved to Teaching
Novel projects are engaging ways to boost comprehension and hold students accountable or independent reading. The best novel projects for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades Includes several FREE projects and ideas that need very few supplies!
Novel Study Activities Kids Will Love. Guest post by Sharon Fabian from Classroom in the Middle.
The idea of creating a novel unit from the ground up can seem overwhelming, but you don't have to stress when you're planning your first novel study. Find out the 5 steps I use to plan my
Jessica Kendall saved to Teacher Ideas
Novel Study | Close Reading Novels | Novel Analysis
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