GRAB THIS FREEBIE! 30 Reading Response Forms

Do you want your students to have a better understanding of what they read? Are you looking for ways to drive deep reading comprehension by questioning your students about text? This set of  30 Reading Response Forms will assist you with getting your students to think about text by asking what the text says, what it means, and how it inspires them.  Reading Comprehension is a problem area with many students. Although students may sound fluent as they orally read the text to you, they may not fully understand the underlying message the text is trying to convey. This is a pain point for many teachers. 

I have struggled with getting students to dive deeper into the meaning of the books they read. I put together this set of Reading Forms with this in mind. I've used many of these forms in my own classroom and found success. I've just started my own professional email list to share educational tips, news, and FREEBIES. As a special way of saying thank you for following my newsletter, you can get this supportive set of 30 Reading Response Forms for FREE! See the link down below. 

 I've used these forms in a variety of ways. You could display a form using your document camera and mark up the student responses on your whiteboard to record their responses as you guide the discussion about the text.  Teachers can open this up in Easel and assign a particular form through Google Classroom. You could also use Easel to mark up students' responses using your document camera during a whole group lesson. If you are interested in the Easel version, you can purchase this here. The most popular way is just to print out the form you need and assign it to your class. These sheets are differentiated. Some students may simply draw their responses and others are ready to put their thoughts down on paper using inventive spelling or standard spelling as their skills further develop. 

Here are just a few pages of images to get the gist of what you will receive. 

As you can see there is a wide selection to choose from. Students can respond to texts to make predictions, sequence events, main ideas, make inferences, develop vocabulary, and make connections to the text. Mapping things out using a story map is so helpful in deepening comprehension. 

I hope this set is helpful in deepening comprehension with your students.
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