Reader’s Workshop continues

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Reader’s Workshop continues

Students use these readers notebooks to record their thoughts about their book. These are used to keep thoughts organized and to easily recall parts of the books.

Students use these readers notebooks to record their thoughts about their book. These are used to keep thoughts organized and to easily recall parts of the books.

Students use these readers notebooks to record their thoughts about their book. These are used to keep thoughts organized and to easily recall parts of the books.

Students use these readers notebooks to record their thoughts about their book. These are used to keep thoughts organized and to easily recall parts of the books.

Jada Quinn, Reporter

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  • In English classes, reading workshop has been a big hit for many students. Pictured above are Khadeeja Hill and Calvin Lafferty, reading their books.

  • Reader's workshop has moved on to a new unit, social issues. This book, "Cracked," deals with drugs and many other social issues of today. This book is one book recommended to her students by Mrs. Woodring.

  • Students use these readers notebooks to record their thoughts about their book. These are used to keep thoughts organized and to easily recall parts of the books.

  • Anchors are used to help readers understand their stories deeper. Teachers teach their students these in order for them to think deeper into their stories and understand characters, changes, and settings better.

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