The first was combining oral and written instruction with thinking about the readers response journals.
Student hand outs where the students fill out a worksheet.
There was a great deal of information in the strategies that revolved around readers responses for older students.
I read this story a few years ago, and it was on my mind last year when I visited South Central High School. I had an author visit with three classes, and saw first hand how things have changed there over the years. The shool has an on-going committment to remember the past whild continually reching for the future (God, I know I sound like an advertisement, but I was totally moved by what I saw and felt while in the building, and visiting the museum next door.) People there, both white and black, do not forget the horrors those kids had to go through, and the book is highlighted in the museum.
Reader's Response to Literature
Schwarz explains that subjective reader-response critics would respond to a question such as this by answering that each reader uses the literary work to symbolize his or her own life and, therefore, each response is unique to the individual reader....
Literacy / Reader Response Organizational Tools
Interpretive Communities (185), and institutionalized assumptions (what makes something literature; how we are supposed to interpret properly); we could also call these ideologies (think Marxism)--what "natural" ways of reading the text have we been taught (and that predispose us to seeing the text in certain ways)?
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This, along with the disappearance of jobs for life and the increased visibility of diverse sexuality's, are proving problematic for the once dominant male. The magazines are currently caught between an attempt to construct masculinity as a form of fundamentalist certitude, while simultaneously responding to a world where gender relations are changing. Men's magazines can therefore be seen as a cultural response to social change.
Transcript of Reader's Response Journals in First Grade
When I went to these websites I found a great deal of information and different ways to create fun and interesting reader response journals for first graders.
How I Keep Reading Response Journals Simple!
--can do "studies" about groups of readers who look at the same text and create "response statements" and then analyze those response statements with a "response-analysis statement" (180) to see how they come to interpret and collaborate about meaning--and also to show the readers that their interpretations are not objective.
How I Keep Reading Response Journals Simple
Systematic instruction is carefully sequenced, so that easier skills are taught before more difficult skills. Letter–sound correspondences and phonics skills (i.e., sounding out words, applying the "silent e rule") are taught in a predetermined order according to a clear scope and sequence so that there are no gaps in students' learning. The pace of introduction of new material is reasonable to allow struggling learners to master key skills, and much of each lesson consists of practice of previously introduced skills, strategies, and concepts and the integration of these with the newly taught material. Students' learning is monitored, so that teachers can reteach key skills when needed.