Response To Tech Set

5/26/2013 / 7 comments
I always like to incorporate writing into our Intervention block whenever possible. My 3rd, 4th and 5th graders use Reading Plus for their Intervention program and my 1st graders use Raz-Kids.com.

Both of these programs are excellent and include a lot of reading and comprehension questions. All of my groups tend to finish their stories with 10 or 15 minutes to spare. I created these sheets for a post tech writing activity that is easy for me to assess everyday!
Each worksheet has two questions on it. I placed each question in its own box so it can be completed as a worksheet or cut into task cards. There are a total of 16 questions in this set.
I included gray scale versions of each sheet as well. I put these copies into our skill sheet pockets so whenever the kids are done with a Guided Reading they can grab a sheet to fill out.
This weekend I am going to print and laminate the colored task card versions so my students can use them at their tables. They love writing on these tables, but I have to make sure I have something educational they can work on, otherwise it can turn into a doodle fest!
This set is available in my TpT shop!

Have a great Memorial Day Weekend!!

7 comments:

  1. I LOVEEEE these! I would use them as task cards after a student has read on their own, at the listening center, or with another student.

    Fingers crossed :)

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  2. Oooh - great idea! I think I'd use these as task cards since I hate photocopying and photocopying and photo.... Drives me nuts!
    - Amanda {avphilli@gmail.com}
    TravelTeachandLove

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  3. I would use them both ways! I could definitely see using them after a guided reading lesson together, or as a check-up for an independent reading during Daily 5. They look perfect!

    -Maria
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    Everyone deServes to Learn

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  4. I think I would use these as task cards for when my students are doing independent reading and while I'm pulling small groups!

    They look fabulous! Thanks for doing a giveaway!
    Amanda
    Collaboration Cuties

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  5. I would definitely use these as task cards. This would be perfect during our Daily 5 rounds, epecially Read to Self and Listen to Reading. Thanks for sharing such great ideas!

    Michelle
    mjaquillard@oregoncs.org

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  6. These are great. Most of my kids don't write yet thought. We LOVE your sentence starters and used them all the time. :)
    Mels

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