Literature Response Forms Grades 4-6

EBOTM1852

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  • Author : Marck, Staci

These 60 skills-based worksheets are designed to boost comprehension of all types of literature and engage a wide range of reading abilities. NO PREP! Just print and go!

Prediction and inference, identifying important information, character analysis, summarizing, reasoning and critical thinking, and vocabulary skills are featured, vocabulary development, sequencing and summarizing, character analysis, creative thinking.

Get started quickly with detailed planning and implementation guide for the whole class, small group, and individual activities, and assessment rubrics for teachers and students!

Contents Include:

Teacher Assessment Rubric

Student Self-Assessment Rubric

Planning and Implementation Guide

  • Why Use Literature Response Forms?
  • Introducing Literature Response Forms in a Mini-Lesson
  • Organizing Literature Response Forms
  • Sharing Responses
  • Helping Students Select Appropriate Reading Texts
  • Tracking, Assessment and Individual Programing
  • Using the Blank Forms
  • Modeling the Literature Response Activities
  • Teacher-Student Conference Form
  • Student Reading Record
  • Student Tracking Sheet

Literature Response Activities

  • Prediction and Inference
  • Identifying Important Information
  • Character Analysis
  • Reasoning and Critical Thinking
  • Vocabulary Development

List of Work Sheets

Prediction and Inference Information

  1. Predict-Read-Check
  2. Reading Preparation
  3. Questioning the Author
  4. Events and Emotions
  5. Before and After
  6. Text-to-Me
  7. Make a Connection
  8. Sequel
  9. What I Think I Know
  10. Story Study Predictions

Character Analysis

  1. Character Web
  2. Real Life versus Fiction
  3. Character Impressions
  4. Your Traits - My Traits
  5. Portrait Gallery
  6. Character Scrutiny
  7. Character Evaluation
  8. Sketch Artist
  9. Feelings
  10. Character Attribute Web

Reasoning and Critical Thinking

  1. Biography
  2. Add a New Character
  3. Creative Designer
  4. Join the Story
  5. The Finale
  6. Write a Letter
  7. Text-to-Text Connections
  8. How Would You Solve It?
  9. Novel Conflict
  10. Cover Illustrator

Identifying Important Information

1. Book Critic

2. Getting the Main Idea

3. Chain of Events

4. Analytical Analyzer

5. Chapter Chatter

6. Problem Solver

7. Reaching the Peak

8. Fact or Fiction?

9. Comparisons: Similes/Metaphors

10. Guess-Check-Prove It!

Summarizing Events

1. Star Story Plotter

2. First, Then, Next

3. Story Stones

4. Story Path

5. Story Steps

6. Playwright

7. Basic Book Report

8. Event Story Map

9. Nonfiction Retell Outline

10. 5WStoryMap

 Vocabulary Development

1. Is It Really a Noun?

2. Abstract Nouns

3. The Clothes Nouns Wear

4. Vocabulary Expansion

5. Picturing Adjectives

6. Get a Clue!

7. Voracious Verbs

8. Add-Ons

9. End-Its

10. Triangular Account



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