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Check out the resources I use with my book clubs. See explanations of the resources below. These resources can be purchased at my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Resources to use with the novel Rick by Alex Gino.

Book Club Discussion Notes

Book Club Discussion Notes will keep your students engaged during book club discussions. Each novel is divided into five parts. Each part includes thought-provoking discussion questions as well as a note taking sheet that allows students to draw, doodle, or write their thoughts during discussions. Book Club Discussion Notes come with useful bookmarks that help students keep track of reading assignments on one side and discussion helpers on the other that assist students in responding appropriately during book discussions. Answer key with possible answers also included.

Discussion Question Task Cards

Discussion Question Task Cards will keep your students engaged during book club discussions. Each novel is divided into five parts. Each part includes thought-provoking discussion questions. There are a total of 67 task cards plus 2 to 3 blank cards per section so that teachers may add their own questions. Answer key with possible answers also included.

I created these Discussion Question Task Cards to provide flexibility for using the book club discussion questions. They can be used in a variety of ways including, but not limited to, engaging students in small groups, individually, as a center activity, as an enrichment activity, or as an early finisher activity.

Student Response Pages

Student Response Pages will keep your students engaged during book club discussions. Each novel is divided into five parts. Each part includes thought-provoking discussion questions. Answer key with possible answers also included.

I created these Student Response Pages to use as a type of assessment. It can be just as helpful to have students share their thoughts through writing as well as through discussion. Most important when answering these questions, students should be able to justify their answers, including their own opinions.

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