Responding to Literature
Your 2nd- and 3rd graders will love learning the essentials of great story writing with fun-filled activities such as Predict-and Check Journals and Plot-Pattern Puzzles. Includes mini-lessons to help you teach students how to summarize a book’s text and focus on key elements, offer and support opinions about the text, present literature response in various formats, and evaluate their own work. Plus a BIG, colorful poster with tips for writing "Juicy Book Reviews"! For use with Grades 2-3.
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What to Expect From Student Entries
Wrapping Up LiteratureResponse
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