Monday, December 21, 2015

#HolidayHotReads Questions





It's time to get started!  Here are all of the questions for #HolidayHotReads 2015!
Use yours or your guardian's choice of social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Blog Responses, etc.).  Be sure to tag your post with #HolidayHotReads to stay connected!  Happy reading! 



#HolidayHotReads Questions: 2015


December 21:  What are you reading over the break?  Why did you choose this?


December 22:  What’s the setting of your book?  Share a picture of what you think it might look like and why!


December 23: Share a connection you have with the story or main character.  What does it remind you of from your own life?


December 24: What inference can you make about what the author might have been thinking or feeling as he/she developed this story or main character?


December 25:  Identity Swap! Put yourself in the main character's shoes.  What might they post to their social media account today?  Be sure to give them their own username/handle!


December 26: Describe an important event in the book and show your reaction to it using a gif/meme.




December 27:  What lesson do you think the character(s) are learning?  Share a quote from the story that reflects this lesson!


December 28: We’re about half way through Winter break!  It's time for a progress post!   How far have you read?  Share a fraction, percentage, book mark picture, etc. to share how much you've read!


December 29:  Which character in your book reminds you of someone from RAPS or a teacher from your school? What similarities do this character and this person share?


December 30: What “aha moments” have you or your main character experienced?  What do you understand better now that you are farther along in your book?


December 31:  Share a summary of your favorite part so far using emojii’s and 20 words or less!


January 1: Happy New Year! What New Year’s resolutions might a character from your book make?


January 2: If you could rewrite a section of the story, what would it be and why?


January 3:  What will you read next?



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