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  • Meggy

    Within, Beyond, About: 20 Reflective Questions To Help Students Respond To Common Core Texts. This chart would be great to match up with Costa's house to show and encourage critical thinking.

  • Lynn Schadler

    EVERYONE needs a good collection of comprehension questions listed in plain sight. You can also use these with Social Studies readings. I harp on it because it's part of my schooling, but cross-curriculum strategies help re-teach and reinforce all our hard work.

  • Alicia Shadburn

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

  • Kellie D.

    Reading Anchor Chart - thinking about the text

  • Adina Willis

    20 Reflective Questions To Help Students Respond To Common Core Texts ...from Teach Thought (blog)..anchor chart

  • Jess Oltman

    Comprehension Question Anchor Chart!

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