Introducing Workbooks! (and other updates)
Oak Tree Reading Workbooks
I have some very exciting news for you all today! We will now be releasing published workbooks for our discussion questions! These workbooks will be available via Amazon both on Kindle and as a paperback.
All workbooks will include the following:
- Pre-reading questions
- Chapter discussion questions with space for writing answers
- Space to write your own summary for each chapter
- Vocabulary words with space to write definitions and add words
- Key terms with space to write definitions and add words
- Chapter reflection questions
- Final reflection questions
- A condensed list of all discussion questions and vocabulary for reference
- Reflection pages for writing extra notes and ideas
This is a comprehensive workbook designed to optimize your learning more than ever before. And now it is all in one convenient place!
The paperback version of the workbook includes plenty of room for you to write answers as well as any thoughts and ideas you have while reading. The ebook version contains all the same content, but since answers are written electronically, much of the space has been removed to create a more user-friendly format.
The link to purchase the workbooks can be found in the discussion question post for the corresponding book or you can search "Oak Tree Reading Workbooks" on Amazon.
Our first workbook was published recently for Finding Joy with an Invisible Chronic Illness, by Christopher Martin. Here is what the cover looks like:
(All future covers will be in a very similar format so you can easily tell it's ours!)
Over the next month, workbooks will become available for all the books we currently have released. We appreciate your patience as we continue to improve the content we provide!
Other Blog Updates
If you are not part of our email list yet, you may not have heard that we have changed the format for the discussion question posts. Initially, individual posts were published for each chapter of a book. Quickly I found this to be an organizational nightmare. In order to make the content you want easier to find, all the questions have been converted into a single post per book.
There is now a table of contents at the top of each post so you can quickly jump to whichever section you were last working on without having to navigate from post to post.. With only one post per book, it is much easier to find what you are looking for.
The original chapter-by-chapter posts will remain available until April 1 2022.
As usual, if you have any books you would like questions for, or if you have suggestions or feedback, please let us know. If you have not signed up for the newsletter, I encourage you to do so, as I will keep you updated when the workbooks and future discussion questions are released. And if you find value in what we do, please share it with a friend!