Kelsey Brocklebank

Kelsey Brocklebank

Kelsey Brocklebank
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Reading Response Choices for Fiction AND Nonfiction Books... Good for offering whole-class choices, using during center time, or as an option for those gifted/quicker learners in the room who need another activity!

Reading Response Choices for Fiction AND Nonfiction Books. Good for offering whole-class choices, using during center time, or as an option for those gifted/quicker learners in the room who need another activity!

This shared reading chart is great for teachers and students. Teachers can use this guide to assist them when planning their students weekly lessons and activities. Students can use the chart as a reminder of what "good readers" do before, during, and after reading.

This is a useful chart for both teachers and students. It helps teachers plan lessons for the week, but more importantly, it helps students remember how to be good readers, even when doing a read aloud.