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Generating Questions Lesson: Create anchor chart, discuss how asking questions while reading keeps us engaged in the story and betters our comprehension. Next, we take a quick picture walk through a big book story, give each child a large sticky note and tell them to write a question they had about the story based on the pictures. Encourage students to start with the phrase, “I wonder if…”

This is a finished concept chart of question words. The visuals help show what each word is asking.

This pin is great to use in the classroom. Teaching students that "Good Readers ask ?s is so important. Often times students are embarrassed to ask questions. I would pair students up with a couple of other students to complete this poster. I think students would enjoy doing this because they are working in groups to complete a creative task.

who what when where why how chart | chart with Question Words in English using cartoons to help explain ...

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.

Comprehension Activity 1: This activity will help teachers and students assess how students understood what was read. This question web will be able to help develop questions, answer questions, and draw conclusions as to what they have read.

Awesome anchor chart for asking questions and complete mini lessons on the website!

Oh wow! Love this! It would be so helpful to show kids how to aim for better (and deeper) questions!!

Critical thinking skills. A great list of terms to remember when planning or designing activities.