These journals allow students to practice the skill of finding evidence from the text and explaining the meaning or significance of that passage. Students complete the left side at home and work with their literature circle group to complete the right side when they arrive in class. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: RL.9-10.10
Student Journals for Literature Circles
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I plan on using this resource in the place of the traditional book report. I'll get better insight on my student's perspective while reading.
This resource is very helpful for getting students to direct their own learning.
This resource is great for any reading done outside of class, providing the teacher with quick proof that students have read the book as opposed to a summary and making students think about their reading without filling out a simple study guide or needing prompts from the teacher. It is also more conducive to differentiation.
Helpful resource ins supporting students thinking when working with readings.