Reader Response Worksheets To Print:
Effect - Find problems in the work you are reading and how they
come full circle. This exercise will help you form a better response.
Inferences - When making inferences about a text, consider what
the author says in the text.
Meaning - A good reader response uses previous experiences and what they
already know to make meaning of something new.
Story Elements - Narrative Story Elements highlight the plot
by examining the main characters, setting, events, problem and solutions
that occur through the text.
- Good readers make predictions in a story using what they already
know or think will happen next based upon the current plot.
and Solution - As you are reading a text, state any of the problems
presented in the text. Once the problem has been resolved, write the
- Think about what you just read in the text. Select three supporting
details to help summarize what happened in the storyline. When creating a response, this is a critical component.
Visualizing - Some authors use strong sensory words that help us to better see and imagine what is happening in the text.