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Editorial

Be the guest editor of the paper and have students write an editorial about what they read in this response.
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Standard: ELA 4
Grades: 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Fact and Opinion

This reader response asks students to make a list of facts about the novel and add their opinion to the facts.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Give Advice

Everyone likes to give advice, and this reader response has students giving advice to one of the characters.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Human Nature

To complete this response, students need to explain what they have learned about human nature by reading this novel.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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My Interpretation

Students need to interpret what they have read for this response by explaining and drawing interpretations on what they have read.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Least Favorite Character

Have students discuss their least favorite character with this reader response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Likes Dislikes Chart

This reader response is a likes/dislikes chart.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Like it or Not

Providing their personal opinion on whether they like this story is the focus of this assignment. Students also have to explain why.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Most Interesting

Have students describe the most interesting character in what they are reading. They also have to explain their viewpoint in this response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Most and Least Favorite

This reader response asks students to describe their least favorite and favorite characters.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Commentary

A straightforward response: Comment on one thing you have read.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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My Opinion

Students describe their opinion on a topic of they've read in this response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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My Opinion - Title

This response asks students to explain whether or not the title matches the literature.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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My Questions

Find out what students are puzzled about by having them complete this response that has them ask five questions explain why they're asking them.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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What Would I Change

Have the students complete this assignment by explaining what they would change in the literature.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Who Would You Be?

If you could choose a character to be, who would you be? Have students answer this question for this response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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