Reading Without Limits

Maddie Witter

i-Think Journals

Do you ever feel like this with student work? Use a reader’s notebook.

Here are some sample i-think notebook entries from students in the sixth grade.  I highly suggest doing it in a notebook rather than stickies… cheaper and neater and easier to grade!  Or, try doing it on a blog.  That’s a great way to incorporate digital literacy in your classroom.

Thank you to Amber who sent me these samples!

Great Journal 1

Great Journal 2

Great Journal 3

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