Reader’s Notebook for Reading Workshop: A perfect addition to your daily reading workshop routine!
Many teacher’s want to know what my students are doing when I am working with a small group of readers. That is a great question and the answer is independent reading! Not a very exciting answer, but an exciting time for engaged, rockin’ readers!
If you are already implementing reading workshop in your primary classroom, and are looking meaningful literacy writing activities, then this is the file for you! No centers in sight!
Included in this resource:
– 13 scripted mini-lessons
– Colorful posters to display as anchor charts
– Student reproducibles for every mini-lesson
Readers celebrate their brand new reader’s notebooks with a decorating party.
Readers demonstrate expected behaviors with their reader’s notebooks.
Readers respond to what they read in their notebooks.
Readers use sticky notes to show their thinking
Readers keep a record of their reading.
Readers can respond to a fiction text by writing a response letter.
Readers can respond to a non-fiction text by writing a response letter.
Readers self-reflect on their reader’s notebook by using a rubric.
Readers self-reflect on their independent reading behaviors and habits by using a rubric.
Readers read a variety of different genres.
Readers read with expression and fluency.
Readers have strong reading behaviors and habits.
Readers create reading goals to help them become better readers.
* Alternative to purchasing and using composition notebooks for reader’s notebooks.
* Cover pages for reading binders, instead of using composition notebooks. Resources include cover pages (in color and black and white) and directions.
This resource is also part of the Reading Workshop Bundle
If you have any questions, please contact me before purchasing!