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Gabi Saba Zimmer

Student Instructions

Book, Head, Heart Reflection

1. Tap add button 2. Tap upload or photo to add a picture of your book cover. 3. add a photo/ drawing/ label and record what is in the book. 4. add a photo/ drawing/ label and record what was in your head as you read the book 5. add a photo/ drawing/ label and record what is in your heart now that you have read this book. TIP: You can start recording with "this book is about...", "I noticed...", and "this made me feel..." 6. Tap check to add to your journal

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, English Language Arts, Reading, Home Learning
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Upload or take a picture of the cover of your book or text

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

Introduce students to Book, Head, Heart Reflection Framework- a critical thinking comprehension strategy from Disrupting Thinking by Kylene Beers & Robert E. Probst. Similar to a KWL chart (know, want to know, learned), readers think about what is literally presented in the book/text, what is in their head as they are reading, and what is in their heart while reading and after they have read the book/text. Model and scaffold this strategy with students before asking them to use it independently. Resources to help model this strategy: https://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/classroom_qa_with_larry_ferlazzo/2017/09/disrupting_thinking_an_interview_with_kylene_beers_robert_e_probst.html https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/genia-connell/17-18/The-Year-of-Disrupted-Thinking/ https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/mary-blow/2017/Book-Head-Heart-BHH-Reading-Helping-Students-to-Engage-With-the-Text/