3rd Grade Reading Response Homework: Literary Reading Choice Board At the end of each week you are encouraged to complete any two reading responses for your reading response homework. Feel free to record your responses on notebook paper or even on the computer! Please turn in your responses every Friday! A True Character Would the main character in the story be a friend of yours? Why or why not? Support your thinking with text evidence from the story! Get the Gist Who or what is the story mostly about? What is the most important thing about the who or what? Please develop a main idea sentence in 10 words or less, answering these two questions. Rename the Title What is another possible title for your story? What events in the story support the new title you have chosen for the book? Point of View Sketch an accurate portrayal of your character-“selfie.” Below the sketch, write a paragraph from the character’s point of view. Include their thoughts, feelings and actions about events happening in the story. Please Help! What advice do you have to help the main character(s) who are facing a problem? Please be detailed in your response about the steps they need to take in solving the problem and why. Book Review Create a book review of your book. What parts of your story make it entertaining for readers to read? Please support your book recommendation with intriguing text evidence to convince the audience to read the book. Context Clues Identify 4 new words from tonight’s reading. Use words around the word to determine the meaning of the word. Write the word, meaning, a sentence using the word and a visual representation of the word. Summarizing Write a summary from what you have read so far. Remember to only include setting, main character, problem (or possible problem) and solution (or how characters attempt to solve the problem). Life Lesson What possible main life lesson does the author teach us in this story from the problems the character faced or is facing? Why is this life lesson important for reaching success? In Other Words Create your own idea for a reading response. If you could rewrite a part of the story, what part would it be? What would your part say? Why do you feel that your changes are important to the story? ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ Visualizing Authors help us to make pictures in our minds while we are reading. Describe a part from the book when you visualized what was happening. What words did the author use to help you see, hear, taste, feel, or smell.
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