Now that I’ve made a <map, family tree, diagram, illustration, collage, model, toy… > about <Title of Chapter/Book/Story>, by <Author’s First and Last Name>, I am noticing that… <Complete this paragraph with a few more sentences that describe what the text is about>.

This might leave a reader feeling <strong adjective>, because <Explain what it is in the text that might bring that response.> An example of this is on page <___>.  “<Copy a couple of lines or a paragraph from the book.>

The issues that keep coming up are… <list a couple of issues, and explain>. You can see this on page <_____> where it says: “<Copy another 2 or 3 sentences or a paragraph from the book>.”  The theme here is <consider one of these>.  I mean, what’s at stake in this <chapter, book, story> is…

In the first paragraph of <Title of Chapter/Book/Story>, by <Author’s First and Last Name>, writes: “<Copy a couple of lines or a paragraph from the book.>” By the end of the <chapter, book, story> you can see that what <he/she> means is that…<Finish this paragraph with two or more sentences, explaining the theme of the text you have been reading.>

I’d love to know what you think of my <map, family tree, diagram, illustration, collage, model, toy… >

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