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Quick writes and graphic organizers for independent reading

Where are these? Does each text have them-even the ereads/ebooks... Do you keep them in hard copy for students to complete for independent reading? Where on the site do I locate these if they are not in the workbook? Does one graphic organizer go for all books or are there different organizers for different types of text?

By jkump
Posted on: September 29 2017
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  • AskDee

    If you are using READ 180 Next Generation, then you use the hard copy. There is a QuickWrite and Graphic Organizer for each book and eRead and eBook. They can be found in SAM Resources or in the Modeled and Independent Reading Resources book. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    AskDee

    If you are using READ 180 Universal, the QuickWrites and Graphic Organizers are in your Resources, but the QuickWrites are also available for students to complete online as part of the Independent Reading link in READ 180 that appears when the student first logs in. The QuickWrites are "attached" to the book, eRead, eBook in the Activities folder that is part of the Support link at the bottom of the screen. Graphic Organizers still need to be printed. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    Dee, thank you I am using Universal Stage B so that is all on the computer for the students? No handwritten quickwrites? How do i go in to read their responses once one is there? Also as far as graphic organizers...same thing as quickwrites-online? Also, how do I know where to have students stop to complete a quickwrite? I did read something about putting a sticker on a certain page... but how do i/they know where?

    Dee, thank you I am using Universal Stage B so that is all on the computer for the students? No handwritten quickwrites? How do i go in to read their responses once one is there? Also as far as graphic organizers...same thing as quickwrites-online? Also, how do I know where to have students stop to complete a quickwrite? I did read something about putting a sticker on a certain page... but how do i/they know where?

    AskDee

    In Universal, QuickWrites are also in the Resources. Students can also download QuickWrites in the same location that they use to access them to complete them on the computer. So, yes, they can have paper QuickWrites also. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    AskDee

    I missed the second part of your question last night. You can grade the QuickWrites in Teacher Central in Teacher Tools in the Assignment Board. Some teachers have the students mark the pages for the QuickWrites and Graphic Organizers in the books by using dots. You would need to print a copies of them for students to use to mark the books. They use this exercise as a way for students to look through books at the beginning of the year to help them decide which books look interesting to them.

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