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Literature Circle Roles. Angels and Demons. I expect…. Strong discussions Text References to support your opinions Collaboration and Participation You to be thoughtfully discussing the day’s reading section until the allotted time is up!. Discussion Director. You are responsible for…

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literature circle roles

Literature Circle Roles

Angels and Demons

i expect
I expect…
  • Strong discussions
  • Text References to support your opinions
  • Collaboration and Participation
  • You to be thoughtfully discussing the day’s reading section until the allotted time is up!
discussion director
Discussion Director
  • You are responsible for…
    • developing at least three discussion questions for each reading day in class (6 questions per week). Make sure these are not Yes or No questions!
    • helping people talk about the big ideas in the reading and sharing reactions.
    • making sure that each member of your group shares his/her role.
things to think about when creating your questions
Things to think about when creating your questions:
  • What questions do you have when you finish the section?
  • Did anything in the reading surprise you?
  • What are one or two of the most important ideas?
  • Predict: what will happen next?
super summarizer
Super Summarizer
  • You are responsible for…
    • providing a brief summary of each chapter that has been assigned.
    • capturing the main points/details of the reading.
    • being brief and to the point.
trait tracker
Trait Tracker
  • You are responsible for…
    • Identifying character traits of main characters in each chapter.
    • Identifying direct (explicit) and indirect (implicit) characterization.
    • Being insightful and supporting characterization with specific examples.
vocabulary enricher
Vocabulary Enricher
  • You are responsible for…
    • looking for at least five words per reading day that are puzzling, unfamiliar, or you want to know more about.
    • recording the word, page number, and paragraph where you found it.
    • defining the dictionary definition.
connector
Connector
  • You are responsible for…
    • finding at least three connections between the book your group is reading and the outside world per reading day.
    • using examples from your own life, events at school or in the community, history, other books, etc.
    • RASing your explanations!
literary luminary
Literary Luminary
  • You are responsible for…
    • identifying at least four text references that your group will read aloud together.
    • helping people remember and analyze interesting, powerful, funny, puzzling, or important sections of the text.
    • determining how these passages will be shared within your group.