What are some of your favorite literacy station ideas?
Instead of having stations where all students have to move through each station, you may want to consider using the UDL framework to set up stations and allow students to choose those that interest them. That will increase engagement and allow students to spend more time in the stations that truly help to improve their understanding of content. Some choices I like to use are: turn a chapter into a graphic novel or comic book, using a template, rewrite as a screen play or stage play, artistic representations of the plot and major conflicts, a tech station where students can create Powerpoints, prezis, etc... an IPad station where students can research more about the setting, etc... having those options is a great way to increase the value of the lesson for students.
Hope this helps!
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Book CLub Jobs: Word Wizard, Illustrator, Discussion Director, Table Talkers, Real World Connections...takes the students through all the elements of the book using different strategies.
Illustrate favorite scene in book.
Sticker stories. My students loved taking a page with a sticker on it. They would create a setting. Then write a story about their sticker character.
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