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Use a Reader's Notebook

Use a Reader's Notebook

Responding to reading in a reader's notebook is meant to be conversational - an active dialogue between you and your student in which they communicate thoughts and feelings about the books they are reading. You can have students use a plain, spiral-bound notebook or folder of bound pages to create their own reader's notebook. Regularly assign writing or drawing activities for them to complete in their notebooks.

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Fri, May 15, '20

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