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Literature Circles Resources

Literature Circles

 

If you want to see kids get excited about reading, let them choose their own books and talk about them in groups. That's the basic idea behind Literature Circles, or Book Clubs. Literature Circles are even Common Core aligned! You can download the relevant standards from the link below.

If you're new to Literature Circles, or even if you are a pro, visit my Classroom Book Clubs page and watch the 5-minute introduction or watch the webinar below. Then check out the links to other Literature Circle resources on Teaching Resources.

Literature Circles and the CCSSLinks to Lit Circle Pages and Information

Literature Circles Made Easy Webinar

Want to learn about Classroom Book Clubs? Click below to watch the recording of Laura's Literature Circles Made Easy webinar. The version on this page is an Mp4 version that can be viewed on a mobile device or on your computer. To see other options for viewing the webinar or reading the chat log, scroll down below this video.

 

Options for Viewing Literature Circles Made Easy Webinar

Other Literature Circles Resources

Here are some of my favorite professional books on how to implement Literature Circles. Visit my Favorite Resources for Literature Circles page to learn about each title. Or just click the images below to find them online at Amazon.com!

 

Getting Started with Literature Circles
Moving Forward with Literature Circles
Mini Lessons for Literature Circles
Literature Circles: Voice and Choice in Book Clubs


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