Reading Stations Activity for Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry
Are you an English teacher in need of engaging reading activities for your middle school or high school English class? Stage a progressive dinner of knowledge with fiction, nonfiction, and poetry texts or excerpts of your choosing. Students will take notes on paper plates and "fill their plates" with ideas for small group discussion. "Menus" offer reading strategies, discussion questions, and creative writing extension activities. Be sure to click through to check out a preview.
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