Reading Log Choice Board: Please choose one vertical column to complete this week. Please use a separate sheet of paper and write in complete sentences. Do you think there is any lesson (theme) to be learned from this story? Why or why not? Please use evidence from the text to support your answer. What do you think the author’s purpose is for writing this story? What details from the text provide evidence to support your opinion? Make a timeline of the important events in the story. Put the events in order from beginning to end. (Provide at least 5 main events.) What details does the author provide about the setting that helps you understand where and when the story takes place? Please provide at least 3 details. Choose 3 new vocabulary words. Write the sentence from the book that contains these words. Highlight your context clues(clue that help you figure out the meaning), then come up with a synonym for each word. Would the main character make a good friend? What qualities does the character display that lead you to that decision. Please use specific examples from the text to support your answer. Is the point of view of this story first or third person? How do you know? Please provide text evidence to support your answer. Write a test for the book. Include 5 DOK level 3 or 4 questions. Examples: Compare and contrast two characters in the story. Please provide at least two similarities and two differences from the text. Why did……? What was the cause……..? What was the reason…….? What was the impact…….? What do you believe, think, feel…….? What is the main problem or conflict in this story? How is this problem solved? Prove the genre. Provide examples from the text that support the genre. What would it be like to live in the place or during the time of this story? Provide details to support your answer. Reading Log Choice Board: Please choose one vertical column to complete this week. Please use a separate sheet of paper and write in complete sentences.