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Okay teacher friend. It’s finally here. And I’m so excited! I’ve had this resource collecting dust on my computer for years now. I’ve been using this strategy in my classroom for the last few years, but haven’t had the energy or time (teacher life + mom life is exhausting, am I right?) to put it all together so that it’s ready to go for busy teachers like you! Well, it’s finally finished and I finally get to unveil it to you! Did you know I have a FREE downloadable reading response menu…

Krista Rae
Reading Response Journal Questions - FREE - This Reading Mama Reading Response, Reading, Reading Response Journals, Reader Response Journals, Reading Response Questions, Reading Groups, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Intervention, Independent Reading

Grab a cheap notebook and get kids reading and responding with these free reading response journal questions. Great for struggling readers! *The free download link can be found towards the end of this post. Just look for and click on the teal, oval button. *This post contains affiliate links. Simple Reading Response Journal Questions ... Read More about Reading Response Journal Questions {FREE!}

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Daily 5, English, Motivation, Reading Response, Reading Response Journals, Writing Skills, Reading Response Activities, Writing Lessons, Independent Reading Response

In upper grade classrooms, students spend a great deal of time responding to the texts they read. Over the years I have found that no matter what grade level I teach, students have a difficult time writing thorough and meaningful reading responses. At the start of every year my students need quite a bit of guidance when writing their responses. One of the best ways that I have found to teach students to write meaningful responses is by providing them with sentence frames. I like to encourage…

Jae Manning
Daily 5, Humour, 5th Grade Reading, English, Reading, Ideas, Common Core Reading, Reading Response Activities, Third Grade Writing

Need a quick (and FUN!) way to have your students respond to their reading? Well - it can be as easy as a roll of the die. You may have remembered a few weeks ago when I told you about an easy way to help your students to get creative in their writing: Roll and Write. Well, let's roll that fun (ha, get it, roll?) right into reading with "Read and Roll" Each number on the die represents a different type of response task - making it easy for the students to know what to include in their…

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Reading, Middle School Reading, English, Reading Response, Workshop, Anchor Charts, Ideas, Independent Reading Accountability, Nonfiction Reading Response

Expectation: teacher spends 20 blissfully uninterrupted minutes with each reading group while the other students complete their independent reading tasks to fidelity. Reality: teacher spends 18 of the 20 minutes monitoring the activities of students not in the reading group. Result: students don't get quality independent reading time in during the school day, and their comprehension skills suffer. Sound familiar? Trust me, I've been there before. However, things changed once I introduced…

Debra Waldorf