Sunday, September 6, 2015

Independent Reading Response Task Cards

Looking for a resource to keep students accountable for the independent reading? 

These Independent Reading Response Task Cards were designed to provide students with meaningful skill practice while keeping them accountable for their independent reading.




After reading during center, partner, or independent work, students choose cards that are appropriate for their books and complete responses to show what they know. The cards cover both fiction and non-fiction topics, are differentiated for ability or age, and can be used with any text!






I have included four sets of cards: a fiction and non-fiction set for younger/lower level readers and a fiction and non-fiction set for older/higher level readers. Contents include:


Set One - Fiction (F1 - F8)
1. My Favorite Part
2. Making Connections
3. Fictional Elements
4. Vocabulary / Word Choice
5. Summarizing
6. Characters
7. Predictions and Inferences
8. Questioning


Set Two - Non Fiction (NF1 - NF8)
1. My Favorite Part
2. Making Connections
3. Non-Fiction Text Features
4. Vocabulary / Word Choice
5. Summarizing
6. Biography / Autobiography
7. Inferences
8. Questioning


Set Three - Fiction for younger/lower level students (FA - FH)
1. My Favorite Part
2. Making Connections
3. Fictional Elements
4. Vocabulary / Word Choice
5. Summarizing
6. Characters
7. Predictions and Inferences
8. Questioning


Set Four - Non Fiction for younger/lower level students (NFA - NFH)
1. My Favorite Part
2. Making Connections
3. Non-Fiction Text Features
4. Vocabulary / Word Choice
5. Summarizing
6. Biography / Autobiography
7. Inferences
8. Questioning


  

Also included are teacher notes, four types of student response sheets, and direction sheets to post in your centers/stations area.



These Independent Reading Response Task Cards will be on sale for $1.00 through Tuesday, September 8th, so snag them while you can! Have you already purchased this set? I'd love to hear how they worked for your students. Consider leaving feedback on Teachers Pay Teachers. I would appreciate it!




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