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1 Response to Literature

2 Map Your Response Be prepared to answer multiple questions for each reading passage. Consider the thinking map you want for each question. Be sure to “map” out your thinking for each question. Build your paragraphs of response from the map you have created.

3 The Circle Map Defining in Context

4 The Bubble Map Describing

5 The Double Bubble Map Comparing and Contrasting

6 Sequencing The Flow Map

7 The Multi-Flow Map Cause and Effect

8 Classifying The Tree Map

9 Is there more than one way to map? Yes. What map do you want to use to summarize a story? Could you use a Flow Map? Multi Flow Map? Could you use a Tree Map? Could you create a map to show beginning middle and end? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes…..and Yes!

10 Our Goal Our goal is to get our students to connect to the knowledge of the text by seeing similarities and differences between the events and characters of the story and themselves. (Reflection) We want students to stand back from the text and think about what why the author created the story and why they created the story the way they did. (Craft)

11 Training Wheels Start out by telling students what map to use. Move on to giving them a choice of what map will work best. Questions that students will see for their response to literature, you may want to ask in oral discussion.

12 Sample Generic Prompts Describe the characters of the story. Summarize the story. How are the characters of the story different? What lesson does this story teach us? Think about what the character did at the end. What would you do differently? Why? What kind of person do you think the character was?

13 Sample Generic Prompts What advice would you give to this character? Why do you think the author gave this story this title? How does this story make you feel? How does this story relate to your life? Why do you think the character did this?

14 Sample Think about the story of the 3 Little Pigs. Response to Literature Prompt: Explain how the pigs in the story are different. What is the lesson we should learn from this story? Right away, the first thing we should think about is what map we can use.

15 The Double Bubble Map Comparing and Contrasting

16 Classifying The Tree Map

17 The Multi-Flow Map Cause and Effect

18 Each Response should have an introduction The introductory paragraph should be short and to the point. A quick summary, title, and author are the best ingredients for a great opening paragraph Sample introduction for The 3 Little Pigs The 3 Little Pigs is a great story about doing things the right way.

19 Explain how the pigs in the story are different. The first pig built his house of straw. The house was easy to build. When the wolf came, he blew down the house of straw. When the house fell, the pig ran away. House of straw House built easily House blown down Ran away House of bricks Harder to build House not blown down Helped 2 brothers Taught wolf a lesson House of sticks House built easily House blown down Ran away Helped brother

20 Explain how the pigs in the story are different. The second pig built his house of sticks. The house was easy to build also. When the wolf came, he blew down the house of sticks. When the house fell, the pig ran away with his brother. House of straw House built easily House blown down Ran away House of bricks Harder to build House not blown down Helped 2 brothers Taught wolf a lesson House of sticks House built easily House blown down Ran away Helped brother

21 Explain how the pigs in the story are different. The third pig built his house of bricks. The house was harder to build and took more time. When the wolf came, he could not blow down the house of bricks. He was able to help his two brothers by having a home tat didn’t fall. He also taught the wolf a lesson by boiling the pot of water for the wolf when he came down the chimney. House of straw House built easily House blown down Ran away House of bricks Harder to build House not blown down Helped 2 brothers Taught wolf a lesson House of sticks House built easily House blown down Ran away Helped brother

22 What is the lesson we should learn from this story? You are able to help others when you do things the right way for yourself. Pigs safe on the inside. 1 st pig needed help. Did things quick and easy. 2 nd pig needed help. Did things quick and easy. 3rd pig didn’t need help. Took time did things right, bricks. Able to help others.

23 What is the lesson we should learn from this story? The lesson that we can learn from this story is that you are able to help others when you do things the right way. The last pig did things the right way when he made his house out of bricks because the wolf couldn’t blow it down. The pigs stayed inside and remained safe from the wolf.

24 Sample Think about the story of the 3 Little Pigs. Response to Literature Prompt: Explain how the pigs in the story are different. What is the lesson we should learn from this story? How does it look when it is all put together?

25 The 3 Little Pigs is a great story about doing things the right way. The first pig built his house of straw. The house was easy to build. When the wolf came, he blew down the house of straw. When the house fell, the pig ran away. The second pig built his house of sticks. The house was easy to build also. When the wolf came, he blew down the house of sticks. When the house fell, the pig ran away with his brother. The third pig built his house of bricks. The house was harder to build and took more time. When the wolf came, he could not blow down the house of bricks. He was able to help his two brothers by having a home tat didn’t fall. He also taught the wolf a lesson by boiling the pot of water for the wolf when he came down the chimney. The lesson that we can learn from this story is that you are able to help others when you do things the right way. The last pig did things the right way when he made his house out of bricks because the wolf couldn’t blow it down. The pigs stayed inside and remained safe from the wolf.


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