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  • Amy Krebs

    Questions Stems for responding to text. What a great way to help kids work on the Ask part of Ask and Answer questions in the Common Core

  • Alicia Shadburn

    Great for language arts skills. EVERYONE needs a good collection of comprehension questions listed in plain sight!!!

  • Kimm Smith

    Reading anchor chart

  • Teacher Barbie

    Not just in my lesson plans anymore.... show students their thinking.

  • Jennifer Ekstrom

    Sooo common core! EVERYONE needs a good collection of comprehension questions listed in plain sight!

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This handy little document is great to send home or keep close during book discussions. There are definitions and examples for inferring, summarizing, and synthesizing which come in handy for parents using this resource at home. You will also find specific questions to help students infer, summarize, synthesize, analyze, critique and recall basic information from the story!

This wheel can be used either in small groups or with a whole class.After a story has been read to the group (regardless of size), spin the sp...

Questions to ask about what we are reading....should add some critical literacy questions also Absolutely should add the critical thinking questions. Especially if schools use Accelerated Reader programs, students tend to have lots of books they have "read" but not a lot they can analyze or evaluate. this really hurts them in high school lit classes.

I have the students do this weekly and created a scoring Guide for it! The thinking when reading that is taking place is awesome! The thinking stems hel kids and parents equally! Love it -l. Elliott

Foldable - Reading Log & Comprehension Questions Bookmarks & Journal Page - they fold over the page so they don't fall out.

Comprehension Question Cards for Take-Home Books. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

write on whiteboard and post-it for each student to demonstrate understanding of a text

These are so cool! I really hope I get the Sheyenne job, because then I'll eventually be teaching Reading!

Great idea to sum up reading strategies at the end of the year

There is always a balance between recording our thinking and doing the ACTUAL thinking. I like this idea as a balance...could see this as KID a generated anchor chart.

Reading is Thinking. Treat books like treasures, I love it!