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  1. Hello LITERACY Common Core Growing Readers by Writing & Responding to Literature 200+ Reader Response Journal 200+ Reader Response Journal Pages for Standards RL.1 Pages for Standards RL.1- -10 10 ^2013, Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  2. Hello literacy Common Core Reading Preview Sample •For this product preview, rather than give you a bunch of tiny snapshots laid on top of each other, I’m showing full pages, so you can really see what you’re going to get. As you can see from the Table of Contents, there are many different sheets to use with each individual standard. For this preview, I’m including several pages per standard, but please know there are just as many more good ones in the packet, just not featured in the Preview. I took a poll on my Hello Literacy Facebook page, and by far, the TpT buyers that weighed in, said they preferred full page previews over lots of tiny snapshots. •Please also note that the indicating Reading Informational Text standard with which each sheet aligns is in the upper right corner of the page.. In addition, each sheet header is framed in the “I Can” language of the corresponding RIT standard. Thank you for looking! Jen  ( ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  3. Hello literacy Common Core Reading Table of contents RL.1 (questions, predictions, Inferences)………….3-32 RL.2(message, lesson, moral)…………………...33-48 RL.3 (plot, characters, setting) ……………….49-130 RL.4 (word choice, language)………………... 131-144 RL.5 (text structure, text types)……………...145-160 RL.6 (author/illustrator, point of view)………161-177 RL.7 (words & pictures)………………………178-193 RL.9 (story comparisons) ……………………194-211 RL.10 (complex text comprehension)………..212-218 Mentor Text Lists………………...…… 219-239 Extra Goodies…………………………240-246 Notes……………………………………….247-248 Credits…………………………………………….249 TOU & Thank You………………………......250 ( (please read “Notes” before printing) ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  4. Name: RL.1 I can Ask Questions about the… Story Title:: When I heard this part of the story: I had a question: ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  5. Name: RL.1 I can Ask Questions about the… Story Title:: Who ? What ? Where ? When ? Why ? ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  6. Name: RL.1 I can Answer^Questions about the… Story Title: Froggy’s Sleepover What exclamation did Froggy say when he got off the bus? Where did Froggy find his toothbrush? What did Froggy drag behind him to Max’s house? What shapes did Froggy see in the shadows? What kind of animals were Froggy’s parents snoring like? ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  7. Name: RL.1 I can write what I know about a storY and write Questions I Wonder Title:: ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  8. Name: RL.2 I can Retell a familiar Story Across several pages (Cut across dotted line to make a booklet of 3-5 pages.) Hello Common Core Reading ©2013 Jen Jones

  9. Hello Common Core Reading Name: Title: I Can tell the Central Message in the story message Know this because . . . Using text evidence, I in the story is . . . The central message ©2013 Jen Jones RL.2

  10. Name: RL.3 I can Retell a familiar Story using Event Cards (Cut on dotted lines. Make as many cards as events. Glue on a sentence strip in order.) EVENT # EVENT # EVENT # EVENT # EVENT # EVENT # EVENT # EVENT #

  11. Hello Common Core Reading Name: Beginning I Can Retell Events & Details in a… Title: STory Middle End ©2013 Jen Jones RL.3

  12. Name: I Can Identify parts of a… RL.3 Story Title: THE CHARACTERS THE SETTING MAJOR EVENTS ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  13. Name: RL.3 I can learn how my character changes CHARACTER Title: Character: How My Character Felt At the Beginning How My Character Felt Different at the end The moment or event that caused the change was ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  14. Name: RL.3 I can learn how my character changes CHARACTER Title: Beatrice Doesn’t Want To Beatrice Doesn’t Want To Beatrice Beatrice Character: How My Character Felt At the Beginning How My Character Felt Different at the end Beatrice didn’t like Beatrice didn’t like reading or books reading or books or going to the or going to the library. She didn’t library. She didn’t want anything to want anything to do with any of them do with any of them and had a bad and had a bad attitude about all attitude about all of them. of them. Beatrice liked Beatrice liked reading, liked reading, liked looking at books looking at books and enjoyed and enjoyed listening to books & listening to books & being read to her. being read to her. She liked being at She liked being at the library and the library and didn’t want to leave. didn’t want to leave. When Beatrice finally sat down and listened to When Beatrice finally sat down and listened to the librarian read a story, she enjoyed it the librarian read a story, she enjoyed it because she could relate to some of the events because she could relate to some of the events in the book and this made her laugh & smile. in the book and this made her laugh & smile. ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  15. Hello Common Core Reading Name: Character Would Like Restaurants My I can Analyze my Character’s likes & interests because Character My Character’s Name: Stores My Character because Would Like Books My Character because Would Like ©2013 Jen Jones RL.3

  16. Name: RL.3 I Can show key details of a story’s setting Title: THE STORY SETTING My picture shows key details of one story setting. ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  17. Hello Common Core Reading Name: My Name: My Name: I Can Draw a Timeline of story SETTINGS ©2013 Jen Jones RL.3

  18. Name: RL.3 I can Visualize Details from the… Story ONE EVENT = MANY DETAILS Title: Here is a picture of all the details from the visualization I made in my head when I read the event on page ___. ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  19. Name: RL.3 I can create a detailed illustration of a Character Title: Character: ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  20. Name: RL.3 I Can Use Text Words to Describe the Character Book Title: Character’s Name: 7 Words from the text that tell about my character...your words must be FROM the text ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  21. Name: RL.4 I can learn new words from a story… Vocabulary Title:: Word Meaning Sketch © 2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  22. Name: RL.3, RL.4 I can Infer character feelings by author’s Use of words Title:: Character Feeling How the author uses “show not tell” ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  23. Name: I Know common types of… Text Title: RL.5 RIT.5 My Book is… FictionNon-fiction I know this because ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  24. Name: RL.5 I can identify when characteristics of Fiction are real or fake Title: REAL Things in my book that could really happen in real life FAKE Things in my book that could not happen in real life ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  25. Hello Common Core Reading Name: I Know Similarities & Differences in Types of STORYBOOKS Text INFORMATIONAL BOOKS ©2013 Jen Jones RL.5

  26. Name: The People behind the… RL.6 RIT.6 Book Title: AUTHOR IllUSTRATOR Author’s Name Illustrator’s Name Author’s Job Illustrator’s Job ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  27. Name: RL.6 RIT.6 I can identify print concepts on the cover of a Book Title: Author: Illustrator: I know this because ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  28. Name: RL.6 I can identify Who is telling the story POINT of view Title:: The Story is told from the point of view of… I know this because… Hello Common Core Reading ©2013 Jen Jones

  29. Name: RL.7 I know Words & Illustrations are… Related Title: WORDS IllUSTRATION These words and illustration show the moment in the story when: ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  30. Hello Common Core Reading Name: My Name: My Name: I can Compare & Contrast two versions of the same Text #1: Folktales Text #2: ©2013 Jen Jones RL.9

  31. Name: RL.10 I can Closely Read the TEXT to Deepen my Understanding of the Story Title:: My Thinking, Jots, Strategies & Reactions Accurate Text Quote “the author’s exact words from the text” ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  32. RL.2 Suggested mentor texts with a Moral, Lesson, Message Mr. Peabody's Apples How to Lose All Your Friends If Everybody Did Wolf! Joseph Had A Little Overcoat The Story of Ferdinand Sylvester and the Magic Pebble Squids Will Be Squids Three Hens and A Peacock Leo the Late Bloomer William's Doll Miss Rumphius The Ants and the Grasshopper (fable) Nana Upstairs and Nana Downstairs Horton Hatches the Egg Whoever You Are Earrings Tops and Bottoms The Pig’s Picnic ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  33. RL.3 Suggested mentor texts for teaching Beginning, Middle, End Toot & Puddle Corduroy The Cat in the Hat Hedgie's Surprise The Paperbag Princess A House for a Hermit Crab Mr. Magee and the Camping Spree Chrysanthemum The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig Chester's Way The Three Billy Goats Gruff And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon The Princess and the Pizza Thunder Cake The Rainbow Fish Franklin's Class Trip Miss Nelson is Back Stone Soup ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  34. RL.3 Suggested mentor texts for teaching how Characters Change Jamaica's Find Sylvester & the Magic Pebble The Recess Queen The Wednesday Surprise The Bee Tree Chrysanthemum Knots on A Counting Rope Not Norman My Name is Maria Isabel Edward the Emu A Bad Case of Stripes Horace & Morris, but Mostly Dolores Don't Need Friends Julius, Baby of the World The Table Where Rich People Sit One Green Apple Grandma’s Beach The Paperbag Princess Beatrice Doesn’t Want to ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  35. Name: RL.10 I can understand Stories by having a Discussion “Let’s Talk…about our books!” This can be an anchor chart and students can have their own set in their reading baskets. My “I just learned…” “The idea I have is…” Discussion Cards “In the other book…but in this book…” “This reminds me of…” “From all that I have read…” “This makes me think…” “This is just like…” ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  36. Name: RL.10 I can read Long & Strong to increase my Stamina Month: to become a proficient, independent reader 45 40 Minutes read per day 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 91011121314151617181920 Day of the Month ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  37. Name: RL.10 I can leave tracks in my thinking by using Sticky Notes Title:: I can stick them here and read them later ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  38. MY Common Core Response to Literature Journal Name ^2013, Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  39. Hello literacy Common Core Reading Notes •These reading response pages are designed to enhance and supplement any reading program or structure…whether you are using a published anthology series like Houghton Mifflin as a source for classroom text or whether you use books from your own classroom library, a schoolwide leveled book room or your school’s library. Whether your literacy approach is Reader’s Workshop or Daily 5 with CAFÉ structures, these reading response pages go hand in hand with the reading literature instruction you will already by providing to your students.. •The use of these reading response pages are not scripted or programmed, there is no right or wrong way to use them. You can use them in whole group lessons, small group lessons, and all independent opportunities to read and respond in your classroom… at a literacy center, as homework, or an assessment. These reading response pages give students an opportunity to scaffold the organization of their thinking, in addition to bringing the essential outcomes of the Common Core State Standards to their attention. •Although fiction and non-fiction are a 50/50 split, there is enough reading response sheets here to last you all year long. I have indicated on every page the Reading Literature (RL) standard that the page aligns with…I hope you find this element helpful. •A similar product for 3-6 and for all the Reading Informational Text (RIT) standards for grades K-2 and 3-6 is already in the ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading works.

  40. Hello literacy Common Core Reading Notes •Use page 11 as a master page to create your own text-based questions for books you read in class (like I did on page 9 & 10, as examples of literal and inferential text based questions you could ask. Just hand-write questions in and then copy them. •There are several pages throughout where I have completed the page as if I was the teacher modeling “how to” for students. Use these as mentor pages when giving directions to your students on how to use the pages to write and respond to their reading. •For best printing results, adjust the Page Scaling option to “Fit to Printable Area”… that way the pages will print more closely to the paper edges and you will maximize page space without an extra large white border all around each page. ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  41. Hello LITERACY Common Core from Informational Text by Jen Jones by Jen Jones www.helloliteracy.blogspot.com www.helloliteracy.blogspot.com

  42. Hello literacy Common Core Reading Preview Sample •For this product preview, rather than give you a bunch of tiny snapshots laid on top of each other, I’m showing full pages, so you can really see what you’re going to get. As you can see from the Table of Contents, there are many different sheets to use with each individual standard. For this preview, I’m including several pages per standard, but please know there are just as many more good ones in the packet, just not featured in the Preview. I took a poll on my Hello Literacy Facebook page, and by far, the TpT buyers that weighed in, said they preferred full page previews over lots of tiny snapshots. •Please also note that the indicating Reading Informational Text standard with which each sheet aligns is in the upper right corner of the page.. In addition, each sheet header is framed in the “I Can” language of the corresponding RIT standard. Thank you for looking! Jen  ( ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  43. Name: RIT.1 I can Answer Questions about the… Text Title:: ^ Why do you think trains go “clickety-clack” down the track? How do you know? My picture answer using evidence from the text.. My written answer using evidence from the text.. ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  44. Name: RL.1 I can Answer^Questions about the… text Title: Trains by Gail Gibbons Sometimes trains stop. What are some reasons they stop? Trains stop to let passengers get on and off, to pour in grain, to dump grain out, and to unhook the cars. Why would people use trains to get somewhere instead of a car? People use trains instead of cars in big cities and to travel to faraway places. Why would people need to eat and sleep on a train? If people are traveling to a faraway city, it might take many days to get there; people have to eat and sleep. How have trains changed over the last 150 years? Trains were pulled by steam engines and used wood or coal for fuel that somebody had to shovel into the engine. Using examples from the text, how do trains make our lives easier? and they carry the things to need and use everyday like cars, furniture and grain for our cereal. Trains help us get places faster ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  45. Name: RIT.2 I can identify the main topic & key details text Title: Baby Birds by Helen Frost Baby Birds ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  46. Name: RIT.2 I Can identify details about an individual information Text Title: President’s Day Online Virtual Museum Individual’s Name: Abraham Lincoln was the 16th U.S. president loved to read books a smart & honest man helped end slavery math was his favorite subject married Mary Todd & had 4 children shot 4 days after the war ended ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  47. Name: RIT.3 I Can describe an individual from text information Text Title: President’s Day Online Virtual Museum Individual’s Name: Abraham Lincoln 16th president smart helper honest learner postmaster lawyer ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  48. Name: RIT.2 I can Identify the main idea & Details of a Paragraph Title: ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  49. Name: RIT.2 I can analyze what key details have in common to determine the main idea text Title: Key Details The main idea is what all the key details have in common, summarized in my own words. ©2013 Jen Jones Hello Common Core Reading

  50. Name: Hello Common Core Reading acts I Can identify details of an individual My Individual's Name: says thinks ©2013 Jen Jones RL.3