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Here's a super simple and fun project that you can have your students complete during your next novel study.  I call them "Matchbook Summaries," for lack of a better term, and they require little prep

Here's a super simple and fun project that you can have your students complete during your next novel study. I call them "Matchbook Summaries," for lack of a better term, and they require little prep

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Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies.  This project is so simple, and you can do it with any novel.  This example is for Where the Red Fern Grows.

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies. This project is so simple, and you can do it with any novel. This example is for Where the Red Fern Grows.

Move beyond worksheets and chapter questions. Use these stations to help your students be critical readers.  Can be used with any full class novel study.

Novel Study Learning Stations for Any Text

Move beyond worksheets and chapter questions. Use these stations to help your students be critical readers. Can be used with any full class novel study.

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Making the Most of Classroom Magazines

Making the Most of Classroom Magazines

Chapter Study Guides - for ANY novel unit to replace or support chapter quizzes. Students write summaries, test questions, discussion questions, famous quotes, and more! For secondary English classes

Chapter Study Guides: Student-Made, DURING Reading Activity for ANY Novel

Chapter Study Guides - for ANY novel unit to replace or support chapter quizzes. Students write summaries, test questions, discussion questions, famous quotes, and more! For secondary English classes

8 great ideas that can be used with any novel study at any grade level.  Better than book reports, these ideas will have your students think more complexly about the characters, themes, nuances, and connections of the books.  FREE

8 great ideas that can be used with any novel study at any grade level. Better than book reports, these ideas will have your students think more complexly about the characters, themes, nuances, and connections of the books. FREE

Higher level thinking - have them come up with questions to a given answer to assess their knowledge!

Higher level thinking - have them come up with questions to a given answer to assess their knowledge!

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