Monday, November 5, 2012

Independent Reading Bookmark - FREEBIE

FREEBIE ALERT! :)

Today I am adding my Independent Reading Bookmark to my collection of free resources for you to print and use.


This is a great tool for students to use to practice their "during reading" skills that we know improve comprehension - and they have one place to put their thoughts that stays with the book...so they can use it anywhere they are reading.  The bookmark includes space for:

  • Information about the book and author
  • Specific information pertaining to fiction and nonfiction reading.  The first focuses on genre and the elements of fiction.  The next section provides space for information about a nonfiction text.
  • Once folded, the inside of the bookmark provides space for questions and predictions the student may have while reading and a space to answer or validate their thoughts with details from the reading.  There is also space for new vocabulary.
Click on the image above to get a closer look. You will also find that there is a page that gives direction for how to copy and fold the bookmark as well.  I hope this is a useful resources for you and your students.


  
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3 comments:

  1. This is such a cute idea! And even better, it's free! :) Pinning for later. Thanks so much for stopping by my little blog and following along. Delighted to be following you now too!

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  2. This is a great idea! I might show this to my brother who is in 7th grade. :)

    Pam
    Diary of a First Grade Teacher

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