Monday, March 3, 2014

Book Talk

 Book Talk and Reports
I have a fun reading resource for you! Book Talk is loaded with ideas to use for retelling stories, comprehending reading, and using books and tools to share some good conversations. Click here for a preview. Students will have plenty to do during reading time. Plus, there are some great homework ideas too! I recently updated this cover and added more graphic organizers and activities to this resource. 

Here are just a few examples of what's included:
Questions to ask partners or questions for parents to ask their child about the book they are reading. It helps start and guide the conversation about books.

This pack includes 5 book reports with directions and rubrics! Just copy and send home for homework projects.
 Book Jacket Book Report Cereal Box Book Report Book Talk Book Reports
 Pizza Slice Book Report  Book Report Rubrics
This pack has graphic organizers to keep the conversation going through writing. Over 40 graphic organizers included!
 Character Graphic Organizer Analyze a character graphic organizer  Questions to ask
 Ask Questions before during and after reading Compare and Contrast characters in a story 3 2 1 Summary
 Answer Questions about any reading story  Story Map Activity
Also some reading activities for students that finish early or need some more enrichment. One sheet is for partners to do together and one sheet is for the individual learner who can work at their own pace.
 Partner Reading Activities to help spark a conversation Reading Activities for early finishers
You will be sure to find some reading logs in this pack. There is even one for the entire class to keep track of the books you read together as a class.
 Reading Log for 20 Hours Reading Log Read a genre of books
Plus so much more!!! All activities can be used with any book or any reading program you use in the classroom.

You can find Book Talk here on my blog for a discounted price:

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