Digital Reading Responses for Use with Google Classroom™
Hey, y'all. One of my favorite ways to monitor student comprehension is with student reading response notebooks. I always check students' comprehension when we're reading in small groups, but checking their comprehension when they read independently can be a little more challenging.
In the classroom, when we have notebooks available, I use these printable student response notebooks, or these Notice and Note responses.
If printable resources are not an option this year, or if using Google Classroom is more manageable for reading responses (it's a huge paper-saver!), then check out these options:
The Any Book Book Study has been modified to be used online. All the same great stuff is in colorful Google Slides for your students to process what they're reading. Assign any or all of the slides to students and quickly check their understanding without using any paper at all.
If you or your school uses these signposts and strategies in Notice and Note (fiction and nonfiction), then you'll love the digital response pages. Each recording page has notes that go with each signpost and question prompts to get students thinking about the text.
Using Google Classroom is a great way to reduce your paper waste in the classroom. It's easier to grade, students can work on assignments anywhere, and no one will be losing their notebooks! For more Google Classroom resources, head over to my TPT store here. New resources are always being added so be sure to follow me on TPT for the latest updates, ideas, and resources.
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful week.