ST. ADALBERT’S GRADE 7Literature Circle Review
Literature CircleCOOPERATIONCONTRIBUTIONCOMMUNICATIONCOLLABORATIONCOMMUNITY
RULES FOR GROUPS Everyone has a voice. Everyone has a part. Everyone listens when member “has the floor”. Everyone is ...
ROLES FOR GROUPS Discussion Leader Vocabulary Leader Group Manager Illustrator Spokesperson Graphic DesignerRoles ar...
DISCUSSION LEADER Coordinates participation. Starts the discussion. Restores order.Ideas for discussion
START A DISCUSSION I liked… I felt… I disagree… I thought … I predict… I have a question about… I didn’t understand...
VOCABULARY LEADER Leads discussion on unfamiliar words. Looks up words in dictionary. Participates or coordinates graph...
GRAPHIC DESIGNER Organizes charts. Coordinates participation.
GROUP MANAGER Coordinate materials. (Paper, markers, worksheets,etc.) Facilitates roles and order of assignments. (Discu...
ILLUSTRATOR Draws pictures Researches images. Coordinates supporting roles i.e. coloring or parts of  drawing.
SPOKESPERSON Coordinates final presentation. Presents work to class.
BE PREPARED Read assigned pages. Read actively. Used sticky notes to mark passages or Wrote questions for discussion.I...
RELATE TO TEXT   I didn’t understand…   I am confused about…   I thought this part was funny, sad, inspiring…   I am l...
GENRE Fiction Non-fiction Historical Fiction Mystery Fantasy
WHAT DID YOU LEARN? Create a quiz with RUAAEC questions. Write a book review persuading people to read the  book. Includ...
CHOOSE THE NEXT BOOK.   Hoot   The Absolute Value of Mike   Tuck Everlasting   Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry   Hatchet...
WHOLE CLASS A Christmas Carol The Diary of Anne Frank Your Ideas…
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Literature circle

  1. 1. ST. ADALBERT’S GRADE 7Literature Circle Review
  2. 2. Literature CircleCOOPERATIONCONTRIBUTIONCOMMUNICATIONCOLLABORATIONCOMMUNITY
  3. 3. RULES FOR GROUPS Everyone has a voice. Everyone has a part. Everyone listens when member “has the floor”. Everyone is respectful. Everyone is prepared. Everyone is focused. Everyone is learning.
  4. 4. ROLES FOR GROUPS Discussion Leader Vocabulary Leader Group Manager Illustrator Spokesperson Graphic DesignerRoles are dynamic. They can change. One person can do more than one role per week. Each session elect a group manager and take it from there. Be sure you keep a record of your participation.
  5. 5. DISCUSSION LEADER Coordinates participation. Starts the discussion. Restores order.Ideas for discussion
  6. 6. START A DISCUSSION I liked… I felt… I disagree… I thought … I predict… I have a question about… I didn’t understand when… I noticed … I laughed when… I felt sad when… I wonder …
  7. 7. VOCABULARY LEADER Leads discussion on unfamiliar words. Looks up words in dictionary. Participates or coordinates graphic organizer.
  8. 8. GRAPHIC DESIGNER Organizes charts. Coordinates participation.
  9. 9. GROUP MANAGER Coordinate materials. (Paper, markers, worksheets,etc.) Facilitates roles and order of assignments. (Discuss, charts, vocabulary, etc.) Asks for help.
  10. 10. ILLUSTRATOR Draws pictures Researches images. Coordinates supporting roles i.e. coloring or parts of drawing.
  11. 11. SPOKESPERSON Coordinates final presentation. Presents work to class.
  12. 12. BE PREPARED Read assigned pages. Read actively. Used sticky notes to mark passages or Wrote questions for discussion.Ideas for reading actively.
  13. 13. RELATE TO TEXT I didn’t understand… I am confused about… I thought this part was funny, sad, inspiring… I am like this character because… I am not like this character because… This part reminded me of another book… This character reminded me of another character… I would have acted like… I wouldn’t have acted like… If I could change … I want to share the part about… I am having trouble with this word…
  14. 14. GENRE Fiction Non-fiction Historical Fiction Mystery Fantasy
  15. 15. WHAT DID YOU LEARN? Create a quiz with RUAAEC questions. Write a book review persuading people to read the book. Include many details. Make a generalization about the book and use graphic organizers to support your position. Create a character sociogram. Design a book cover portraying multiple elements of the book. Plan an interview with the author designing questions about the book. Plan a debate about a conflict taking both sides. Your ideas.
  16. 16. CHOOSE THE NEXT BOOK. Hoot The Absolute Value of Mike Tuck Everlasting Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Hatchet Tangerine Esperanza Rising Milkweed Number The Stars Jar of Dreams Watson’s Go to Birmingham Stargirl Al Capone Does My Shirts Banner in the Sky Devil’s Arithmetic Heat Flipped The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian The Wednesday Wars Crash
  17. 17. WHOLE CLASS A Christmas Carol The Diary of Anne Frank Your Ideas…

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