- As you re reading highlight a piece of text and add a note. This note could be a comprehension or discussion question you want students to stop and answer when they finish the chapter.
- You can access all of these notes (aka comprehension questions) in one place, no matter when or where in the book you stopped to record them.
- All of these notes (aka comprehension questions) can be emailed together, and are already organized by chapter.
- You can then give this list to students at the beginning of a book club with the expectation that this will guide their reading responses and group discussions.
Check out my book club guide for The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate.
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