Daily Reading Response
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Daily Reading Response

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     Students are given a daily reading response Monday-Thursday with time to edit on Friday.  Using the RACE Method, students will cite two pieces of textual evidence to support their answer.

    *If you are reading a nonfiction book you pick from one of the following selections:

    1. What is the selection mainly about?

    2. What did you learn while reading?

    3. Why did the author probably write this selection?  How do you know?

    4. What was the main idea of what you read?

    5. What did you find interesting about this selection?

    FICTION RESPONSE

    Grade #1

    AUGUST 16: What can you figure out from last night's reading that the author didn't put into words?

    AUGUST 19: What can you figure out from last night's reading that the author didn't put into words?

    August 20:  What is one connection you made with the main character?

    August 21: What character do you like most in your book?  Why?

    August 22: What is the main problem during this chapter?

    August 23: What can you figure out from last night's reading that the author didn't put into words.

    August 26: What is the theme from this chapter?  What is the evidence?

    August 27: What is the most important passage from last night's reading?

    August 28: What is the big idea from last night's reading?

    August 29: What is one quote that shows the theme?

    September 3: What is one quote that identifies the theme from last night's reading?

    September 4: What is the central idea of the selection?

    September 5: What is the big idea from the selection?

    Grade #2

    September 9: What is the theme from your chapter and what quote can you use as proof?

    September 10: What is one problem from last night's reading?

    September 11:  What was one connection you made in last night's reading?

    September 12: Determine the central idea found in last night's reading?

    September 16: Veteran's Letter

    September 17: Constitution Assembly-No Reading Response

    September 18: How does the central idea or theme of a text develop throughout the chapter?

    September 19: How does the central idea or theme of a text develop throughout the chapter?

    September 23: No Reading Response

    September 24: How does the central idea or theme of a text develop throughout the chapter?

    September 25:No Reading Response

    September 26:Write an objective summary of your chapter.

     October 2: Write an objective summary of your chapter.

    October 3: Write an objective summary of your chapter.

    Grade #3

    October 7-8: Describe a challenge one of your main character's have overcome.

    October 9-10: Write an objective summary of last night's reading.