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Before you read, while you read, and after you read, there are nine great reading strategies active readers should use to get the most out of their reading comprehension. Included in this two page document are good Preview, Question, Pacing, Visualizing, Confirming and Evaluating questions for students to ask themselves- or for the teacher to use as discussion questions- while reading any fiction or nonfiction text, short story, article, drama, or novel. Grades 6-12. $

Free - Inferential Questions to Ask During Reading

Free! Reading Strategies Bookmark

Common Core Reading Foldables - for this one, they read a story, then draw a picture or write to answer questions

FREEBIE Reading posters: This set of 8 posters reminds students of the questions they need to ask themselves during reading

Reading Guide for Parents of Beginning Readers (photos and text show parents how to help their beginning readers by using reading strategies) $

FREE! Teaching the reading strategy: Using Discussion to Understand Text. The focus of this strategy is to teach students how to use discussions in class to aid in understanding text.

Get Bitten by the Reading Bug: This 36 page unit includes some "kid-friendly" methods for teaching students how to use the active reading strategies (Predict, Visualize, Connect, Question, Clarify, Evaluate). ($)

Reading Strategies Charts

FREE! An idea to get students thinking deeply about their reading.