Lessons for Literature Circles

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  • River Reading Circle - … READING CIRCLE Your teacher will observe your participation in your reading circles. STUDENT SELF-ASSESSMENT: I COMPLETED MY PART OF THE LITERATURE CIRCLE ACTIVITY … >, April 12, 2000. Daniels, Harvey. Literature Circles. Stenhouse Publishers: York, Maine, 1994. Harwayne, Shelly. Lasting Impressions: Weaving Literature into the Writing Workshop. Portsmouth … 12, 2000. Kroll, Marianne, and Ann Paziotopoulos. Literature Circles: Practical Ideas and Strategies for Responding to Literature. M. Kroll, 1992. Rief, Linda. Seeking …
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  • Give Them a Hand: Promoting Positive Interaction in Literature Circles - … of each of the class literature circles. 1. Show students a sample video recording of one of their literature circles. Using the Reflection Worksheet … in their literature circles for discussion and refer to their Reflection Worksheets to track the desired behaviors. 2. After the literature circle discussions, have … . For other lessons that incorporate literature circles, try Girls Read: Online Literature Circles, Boys Read: Considering Courage in Novels, and Literature Circle Roles Reframed: Reading as …
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  • Young Adult Literature about the Middle East: A Cultural Response Perspective - … exploration of literature from the Middle East and to model the roles for upcoming literature circles. Ask students to get out their Literature Circle Roles … . See the Sample Responses for Literature Circles and use an overhead of the Response Chart for Literature Circles to model student expectations further. As … assignment to literature circles. Lesson plan ideas that support such an approach can be found in Middle Ground: Exploring Selected Literature from and …
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  • The Caribbean - Literature Circles - … Seek by John Norris Wood paper, pens, chalk, chalkboard literature circle book Literature Circles: Voice and Choice in the Student-Centered Classroom. by Harvey … . Teacher will discuss the literature circle process. There are four main roles that students take turns weekly with during literature circles including discussion leader, person who formulates questions, illustrator, and vocabulary specialist. 4. We will be engaging in literature circles for …
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  • Literature Circles - … in the creation of literature. Materials: Attachments Literary_Circles.doc Web Sites How to Conduct a Literature Circle Literature Circles Resource Center Literature Discussion Groups and the Struggling Reader: a Comparison of Approaches Background For Teachers: A literature circle is a …
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  • It's Alive! Part II: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - … #20, Percy Bysshe Shelley Various film versions of Frankenstein (optional) Literature circles roles at: www.englishcompanion. com/pdfDocs/litcirclepacket.pdf California educator … this hand-out explaining the duties and roles for creating literature circles. The roles include discussion director/illuminator, illustrator, connector, word watcher … . Explain that in literature circles each student will have a role as outlined on the bookmarks. Hand out literature circle bookmarks, which will inform …
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  • Literature e-Circles - … Strategies Index _ _ Literature e-Circles Literature e-Circles At a Glance Grade Level: 6-8  Subject: Language Arts Topics: Literature, Writing, Technology Higher … novel Holes, by Louis Sachar, and meet in virtual literature circles (or e-circles) to discuss their interpretations of the novel. Comprehension questions … read the book together, and plan your literature e-circle themes. Set up online virtual literature circles for cross-school discussions using a free …
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  • Thoughtful Threads: Sparking Rich Online Discussions - … literature circles as they read and respond to a new book. However, rather than meeting as a group within the classroom, these literature … . 2. Review the purpose and procedures of literature circles. If students have prior experience with literature circles, discuss how previously assigned roles such as … questions may include: How are online conversations different from traditional literature circles? How are they similar? What questions or comments do they …
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  • Survival on a Ship - Literature Circle - … of learning through a "Literature Circle" 4. To promote further discussion and learning of survival on a ship in"Literature Circle" groups, using Timothy … will introduce the "Literature Circle" learning activity 6. The students will get into their groups to participate in the "Literature Circle" learning activity, which … "Literature Circle." (Criteria for success = The students do not have any questions about the objectives of the "Literature Circle.") 4. Further learning through "Literature Circle" discussion …
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  • Literature Circle Roles Reframed: Reading as a Film Crew - … in the Literature Circles. back to top Session One Invite students to share their knowledge of and experience with traditional Literature Circles. Explain that the class will be participating in a different version of Literature Circles. For this project, students … groups, share with them the piece of literature they will be using in their Literature Circles. When the book has been selected, allow …
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