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Reading Interactive Notebooks Literature - Literary Elements for Common Core. This Reading Interactive Notebook is the true original - over 55,000 copies sold!After learning about interactive notebooks two summers ago, I resolved to use this technique for every concept I taught to my 6th, 7th, and 8th grade literature students. Now that I’ve used this in my classroom for over a year, I have compiled all of my reading interactive notebook lessons for teaching literary elements here.Each of the 2
Theme is a tricky skill to master, but this resource can make teaching theme easier for you and learning it easier for your students! WHAT’S INCLUDED:✍️ PRINT:16 Task Cards (prints 4 to a page)Black-lineColorRecording Sheets (3 different formats)Answer KeysDIGITAL:Google Slides (3 versions)Google Forms Assessment - Self-CheckingEasel Assessment - Self-CheckingDIFFERENTIATION OPTIONS:Digital or PrintChallenge Cards to extend the lessonReference PosterAudio Support Self-Checking and Short AnswerMu
6 original reading passages for teaching and reviewing figurative language: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, idiom, and allusion.These activities are perfect for weekly homework, daily/bell work, classwork, review, test prep, or assessment.Each of the 6 passages includes 4 activities. Please view the preview file for the first passage and tasks in their entirety.Task A: Identify Figurative Language - Read the story and annotate (highlight or underline and
“Great resource to hold students accountable by writing about what they are reading and using evidence from the text. My students enjoy these because they feel like they have a choice and it's not just a prompt for everyone. Thank you!” - Jennifer B.Every week, a teacher must grapple with an ancient mystery: “I love that my students are reading independently! But, how do I make sure they understand what they’re reading? How do I hold them accountable?”Wonder no more! These Reading Response Menus
I LOVE that this can work for ANY book.  I have packets made for my small group and I can easily have them flip to the page to work.  It is awesome! Thank you!” - Amy B.You’ve heard Book Clubs (or Literature Circles) are a fun way to get your students reading and talking about books. You’ve even heard Book Clubs make reading fun for your most reading-averse students. But how do you start them? How do you run them effectively? How do you make sure all your students—regardless of reading level—ge
Interactive Reading Notebooks make a wonderful addition to your Reading Program. The interactive activities in this packet will enable your student's to create an artifact of their learning that they can refer to over and over.This resource includes journaling activities for EVERY Reading Literature Common Core Standard for Grades K-2.Don't use Common Core? No Problem! This will still be a wonderful addition to your Literature Study time. Included in the unit are activities for:Asking and Ans
I have dissected the 2nd grade Common Core Standards and created a resource that is perfect for assessing your students in reading! The reading graphic organizers included in this download will provide formative assessments that are ideal to show mastery for standards-based grading.Each graphic organizer highlights the specific vocabulary from the standard and some standards even have up to 6 different graphic organizers to target each specific part of the standard. Nothing is left out of this r
“Finally! A FUN way to review! My kids really liked this last year. Will use again this year!” - Anna C.  At Not So Wimpy Teacher, we know how stressful it can be to help your students prep for standardized testing. It can feel like there’s so much to cover and so little time.  That’s why I created this resource. It is your COMPLETE kit for preparing your students for standardized testing on their reading skills. It has everything you need to help you review the standards for literature and info
Looking to organize your classroom library? This book spine label organizational system is the perfect way to keep your classroom library in alphabetical order! This product includes six different options to help keep your library organized! You need access to PowerPoint to use this product!OPTION 1: BLANK Classroom Library Book Spine Labels (These are the original book spine labels!)This option allows you to label your classroom library with the colorful book spines. You can choose which colors
Replace that hum-drum reading log and Infuse new life into students’ independent reading, at school or at home, with the “Tower of Books” Challenge! Perfect for a summer reading challenge or an alternative to the stuck-in-a-rut reading log assignment. Printable and DIGITAL versions included!The challenge is built on two core ideas: to encourage students to read some different genres of books and authors they may not try otherwise, and to give them a fresh and motivating way to keep track of thei
Grades:
1st - 6th
Try these 15 creative book projects to spice up your reading program. These book project worksheets include everything you need for a comprehensive reading unit!WHAT’S INCLUDED:✍️ PRINT:15 Creative Book ProjectsDIGITAL:Google Slides (no outside materials needed!)Video InstructionsDIFFERENTIATION OPTIONS:Digital or PrintVideo Instructions Self-Checking or Short AnswerMultiple versions of the recording sheet includedGreat for 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade! CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW TO SEE A LOT MORE! Th
Looking for a ready-to-teach unit that covers the elements of poetry, drama, and prose in one place? This print and digital unit is a complete set of engaging teaching materials filled with original poems, mini-plays, and pieces of prose that your students will enjoy. You'll find everything you need from teaching pages, to kid-friendly poetry, drama, and prose to analyze, handouts, and a Poetry Flip Book with 9 types of poems. It contains: (Print and Digital)Print Version with PDFsDigital versio
This Poetry Interactive Notebook is a companion to my TpT best seller, Interactive Reading Literature Notebooks. Do you dread teaching poetry? Do your students dread it even more? Spice things up this year with poetry activities and poetry lessons that are fun to teach and fun to learn. This resource is now part of an interactive notebook bundle. Find the bundle here. Download the preview file for samples, a table of contents, and Common Core alignment for grades 4-8. Please view the topics
Add a little fun to ANY novel, play, short story, or history unit with this worksheet where students choose a character (or historic figure) and fill a fictional cell phone with email messages, playlist entries, and a wallpaper image.This PDF file and Google Drive version includes a blank form and a completed sample to show students, if you wish. The sample is from my students’ study of To Kill a Mockingbird, showing Scout Finch’s cell phone content, but you could use this worksheet with ANY wor
Grades:
7th - 10th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This themes in literature resource contains everything you need to teach theme to your 4th and 5th grade students.NOTE: This resource now has Google Slides™ versions and a Google Form™ version, making it ideal for digital distance learning and remote teaching! Please see the 3rd page of the PDF for details and the links.Since this theme resource spans 4th and 5th grade, you will notice that it contains a variety of resources for different theme skills and varying text levels and lengths. If you
Have you heard of Toothy® yet?! Toothy® task kits are highly engaging task card games that allow students to practice reading comprehension skills and answer questions in a fun, motivating way. The answers on the back of the cards make the activity self-paced and self-correcting. Teach the rules for Toothy® once at the beginning of the year, then simply switch out the topic each week and use the activity all year! Toothy® Task Kits- an original idea from Angie Olson at ©Lucky Little Learners, LL
UPDATED on April 6, 2014- Same product, but just received a facelift. :) Please note this unit does not contain myths or stories. Of all of my units, I think I am MOST proud of this one! As I have been teaching the common core standards for 4th grade this year, I noticed that there are two standards in particular that address Greek Mythology. If your class is anything like mine, they LOVE Greek Mythology! They are all into the Percy Jackson books and The Heroes of Olympus series. So, need
This game is a fun way to get students talking about what they read! The game cards have students answering questions about character, setting, summary, problem, solution and so much more. Many of the questions are higher order thinking questions!Use this game as an alternative to a book report, during guided reading groups or as a literacy center. Students read a book (independently, in a book club or reading group) and then play the game to practice reading skills. Students who are playing the
* * A quick note from Tara West. If you are new to your reading instruction and/or are interested in expanding your student readers, I would like to guide you to my Science of Reading (SOR) Guided Phonics Curriculum. This curriculum uses decodable readers and additional resources to help support the latest brain research in reading. For questions on how this differs to my Kindergarten Guided Reading Mega or additional details, please reach out via the TPT Q/A system or by directly emailing me at
These reading fiction and nonfiction text passages are a quick and easy way to assess students on various literature reading skills. The exit tickets are multiple choice which makes them simple to grade. They are a quick way to check for understanding and plan future instruction and reteach.Includes 32 exit tickets.Fiction Text Skills Included:Answering Questions and ComprehensionCharacter TraitsCentral MessageVocabularyCause and EffectPoint of ViewCompare and Contrast 2 Texts*Informational Text
Grades:
3rd
LIT SPARKS: These 65 question cards (print or digital) for literature will help your students engage in meaningful and insightful discussions about the books they are reading. The cards address setting, characters, plot, theme, author's purpose, mood, tone and more. Students will need to use reading strategies such as inference, summarizing, comparing and contrasting etc. to dig deeper into the text.What's Included? CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW TO SEE MORE!65 question cards (color or b/w) - Prints 6 t
This point of view resource contains everything you need to introduce and practice identifying point of view (and how it affects a story) with your 4th and 5th grade readers. This teaching point of view resource includes passages, paired passages, mentor read aloud suggestions, posters, graphic organizers, and more. NOTE: This resource now has Google Slides™ versions and a Google Form™ version, making it ideal for digital distance learning and remote teaching! Please see page 4 of the PDF for de
Wonder by R. J. Palacio Novel Study PDF for Print and Go Google Slides™ Link for Google Classrooms and Digital or Distance Learning. Link for Google Slides Provided within Powerpoint. **TPT Digital Activities Option is also included for distance learning. You will have access to the TPT Digital Activity from this product page once the purchase has been made**This novel study includes everything you need to read the book Wonder with your class!What's Included:Pre-reading Writing ActivityStudent
Grades:
4th - 6th
Types:
This Jan Brett Author Study unit contains everything you need (besides the books!) for some great winter activities! All of the activities are aligned to Kindergarten and 1st grade Common Core Standards, but could well be used in Pre-K or 2nd grade as well. The focus of this author study surrounds Jan's "wintery" titles: The Mitten, The Three Snow Bears, The Hat, and The Gingerbread Baby. Tons of materials are included for differentiation in case you want to compare/contrast/map any of her other
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Grades:
K - 1st

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