Long Range Plans and a Reading Interest Survey
Hey everyone! It's been an EXHAUSTING, but WONDERFUL first week of school! I love my students to pieces and the students are really loving Whole Brain Teaching! We're still working on whole class participation, but we will get there! I already had my instructional coach come in my room while we were doing it and she seemed quite interested! Anyway, I'm kinda late to the Freebie Friday party but I wanted to share a couple of things. I have had a bunch of emails and comments asking whether or…
Relevant Reading: Connecting Students to What Matters
As summer winds down, I reflect on what I've learned this summer through the workshops I've attended, the books I've read, and all the great conversations I've had with professionals. This quote has had me thinking quite a bit. It comes from Disruptive Thinking: Why How We Read Matters by Kylene Beers and Robert Probst. What they state is absolutely true. Students need to find relevance in what they are doing right now. So let's backtrack a little... I have always been about purpose. I look…
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Get to know your students as readers and help them flourish! This Reading Interest Inventory to help you understand each students' feelings about reading. This information could be used in a variety of ways, including forming book clubs, choosing books for your classroom library, helping you choose read alouds, and by giving you a place to start when building excitement around new titles, authors, series, and genres.
FREE Reading Interest Inventory
Use this Interest Inventory at the beginning of the year to start getting an idea about how your students feel about reading and what they enjoy reading. Enjoy!
Reading Surveys - Classroom Freebies
Reading Surveys Hello everyone. I hope you're enjoying a relaxing summer. I take the time to plan and prep for the following school year during the summer. One of the things I do is look thru the books I have and begin to think of the new books I want to use for the following year. I will give a reading interest survey to my students when school starts to make sure that I have books in my classroom library that children enjoy reading. I created this quick and easy to administer reading…
First Day of School: Ideas and Lessons to Get You Started - Ashleigh's Education Journey
Give students a reading interest survey!
Reading Survey for Upper Grades
A simple survey about students' reading habits and interests, suitable for grades 4-10+. I welcome your comments and suggestions! Please browse the other products in my store.
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