Reader Response Strategies

Collection by Melinda Haynes-Hawkins

Melinda Haynes-Hawkins
Teach Your Child To Read Fast - Are parents always asking you how they can help their students become better readers? This list of questions is a quick way to help! - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader! Reading Response, Reading Intervention, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Reading Help, Guided Reading Activities Ks2, Teacher Resources, Guided Reading Questions, Guided Reading Binder

Questions to Ask About Reading FREEBIE

A post with a FREEBIE to help families with what questions to ask about reading at home with their students. This powerful resource is a game changer!

New Classroom Desk Organization Ideas Small Groups Ideas Classroom Layout, Classroom Organisation, First Grade Teachers, First Grade Classroom, New Classroom, Teacher Organization, Classroom Management, Classroom Supplies, Classroom Decor

Back 2 School BLOG HOP!

Hello!! If you are anything like me the first time I saw "Blog Hop" I thought... this is way to complicated and I am not sure it will be w...

Fluency, Vocabulary // In notes from my Communication Arts II class I have written, "Write like a reader. Read like a writer" on a handout my professor gave us that talks about the importance of teaching reading and writing together. (No traceable source) 3rd Grade Writing, Third Grade Reading, Second Grade, Grade 3, Reading Response Journal First Grade, Fourth Grade, Reading Response Activities, Reading Notebooks, Reading Skills

Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

store construction paper, writing paper, fancy paper, etc. I want to be this organized in my future classroom! Classroom Setting, Classroom Design, Future Classroom, School Classroom, School Fun, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Layout, School Ideas, Classroom Organisation

Classroom Organization

I am known for being extremely organized. So I have decided to share some of my organizational ideas for the classroom: I store my lesson plans in a 1 inch binder and stand it up on a stand. That way it keeps things from laying all over my desk. Click Here to Download My Lesson Plan Template This is how I organize my worksheets, lessons, etc. that I am using for that week. I purchased this at Lakeshore. I always like to stay planned ahead. So this is how I store my copies for the weeks to…

Use file box and folders in your 31 bag ("Organizing Utility Tote")! Very useful for bringing home papers to grade. Classroom Organisation, Teacher Organization, Classroom Setup, Teacher Tools, Teacher Hacks, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Management, Teacher Resources -&nbspThis website is for sale! -&nbspthenesteffect Resources and Information.

Teacher Organization- her blog is AMAZING! so much organization for pretty much anything you can think of!

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook Specifically focuses on: character development, figurative language, plot development, citing textual evidence, and vocabulary! 6th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Sixth Grade, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading, Teaching History, Teaching Themes, Reading Activities

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook: Grades 6-9

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook: Grades 6-9This interactive notebook is perfect for ANY piece of literature. In fact, I would encourage multiple pieces of literature and use it for an entire semester or school year. Each section includes a variety of lessons and activities for students to...

(Pair this with the "star" hanging. Draw each topic on fresh sheet and make a big star) Teaching in Room Story Wheels - students respond to a fictional text in six sections. Teaching 5th Grade, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Teaching Writing, Reading Projects, Book Projects, Reading Activities, Reading Workshop, Reading Skills

Story Wheels

As the year winds down, I want my students to remain engaged, yet give them a chance to have a little fun while they spend their last few weeks with me in elementary school. Now, I use the term "fun" loosely here. ;) It isn't like we are going to be hooting and hollering. I just want them to relax and enjoy themselves, while still keeping things standards based. One thing I did this year with my students is have them respond to the Read Alouds we have been doing using a Story Wheel. This…

Common Core: Reading, Understanding, and Analyzing Complex Texts Ap Language, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching English, English Language, Ap English, Education English, English Lessons, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools

Reading, Understanding & Analyzing Complex Texts

Tips for highlighting, annotating and note taking while reading.

Nonfiction activities for interactive reading notebooks - use in English language arts, social studies, and science classes. Use with any text. language art Interactive Reading Notebook Fiction and Nonfiction Mega Bundle Nonfiction Activities, Fiction And Nonfiction, Teaching Activities, Teaching Themes, English Activities, Interactive Student Notebooks, Science Notebooks, Interactive Books, Science Books

Interactive Reading Notebook Fiction and Nonfiction Mega Bundle

Nonfiction activities for interactive reading notebooks - use in English language arts, social studies, and science classes. Use with any text.

 I'd love for you to stay Mission Organization Teacher Style: 18 Ideas to Organize Math Manipulatives from Mission Organization Teacher Style: 18 Ideas to Organize Math Manipulatives from Classroom Pictures, Classroom Layout, Classroom Setting, Classroom Design, Kindergarten Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Decor, Future Classroom, Classroom Storage Ideas

Organization idea: Supply central. This is where the kids get sharpened pencils, erasers, paper, and morning work. Math manipulatives are stored in the bins underneath. The black crates are where the kids file away their graded papers after they’ve been signed.

A trifold the kids can use to record when then notice signposts in their reading. Great for close reading using the Notice and Note strategies *Need to print Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Groups, Math Lessons, Learning, Reading Notebooks, Interactive Notebooks

Beginning to Close Read {Notice and Note}

Like many of you, my district is transitioning to Common Core this year. The past two years we have heard rumblings of it, but full implementation has now completely begun. With this transition comes many "new" ideas that are getting a lot of attention, one of them being "close reading." Now, I would love to say that of course I have been teaching close reading all along. My students regularly read for evidence of questions that I pose, scouring the text to find the answer that I am seeking…

Close Reading Signposts Bookmark (Notice and Note) -- Started reading this this year! Close Reading Strategies, Writing Strategies, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Middle School Reading

Close Reading Signposts Bookmark (Notice and Note)

These bookmarks are adapted from the great work of Beers and Probst's Notice and Note (2013). These 6 signposts serve as guides for readers, and this bookmark is mean to accompany the best practice teaching laid out in Beers and Probst's book. ...

Teach Your Child to Read - So going to use this next year! Mentor text for teaching Reading CCSS. It has and grade! Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Common Core Reading Standards, 5th Grade Classroom

Mentor Text List for Common Core Reading - Performing in Education

So going to use this next year! Mentor text for teaching Reading CCSS. It has 4th, 5th, and 6th grade! #mentortext