Big book reading response activities
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This page will discuss activities andstrategies that will help engage students in literature throughwritten or oral forms. Stateyour feelings, thoughts, reactions, and questions aboutsituations, ideas, actions, characters, settings, symbols,plots, themes, and any other elements in the story. Help students get more out of the books they read with this big collection of tiered, reading-response activities on the topics you need to teach: plot, character, setting, main idea, sequencing, dialogue, conflict, conclusion, opinion, figurative language, and much more.
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