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This blog post originally was posted on Feb. 20, 2013, my first REAL post ever (I did write an introductory post but that one doesn't count)
I recently observed a sixth grade language arts teacher at a different school and liked an activity that she was doing with her classes. I immediately began planning how I could incorporate this same idea into my own classroom. I call the activity a Response Booklet. The first one I'm having my students do is centered around sentences and aligns with the Common Core Standard for English Language Arts grade six number five. It's a great way for my students to brush-up on previously taught skills without them having to complete a worksheet, and it causes them to read more closely and thoughtfully.
I am anxious to see my students' completed booklets and will share photos here when they are finished with them.
Feel free to download a copy and try it out in your classroom. Although intended for a sixth grade class, it can easily be adapted to other grade levels. This is the first of several response booklets I have planned. The complete set will be available for purchase in my Teachers Pay Teachers Store when it is finished.
You can download the FREE sample copy HERE.
Now it's your turn...