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  • Amy M

    Reading Common Core - Questions to ask while reading poster

  • Jen Grover

    This is a helpful chart containing important questions to ask students about what they are reading. This aligns with the Common Core Language Arts Standard 3.RL.1 Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.

  • Holly Myers

    Intentional reading comprehension questions specific to common core standards.

  • Jordyn Brown

    Common Core Reading Anchor Chart

  • Krista Newsum

    Common core reading chart

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Part of becoming a strong reader is learning to pick books that fit you as a reader. A book should interest the child, but should also challenge him/her as a reader, but not so much that he/she can't comprehend the book. I definitely want to have a poster like this in my class someday because I want to do all I can to help my students become better readers.

More of my kids need to ask questinos as they read. I am definitely doing this sometime soon in Language Arts time. Maybe it will help the kiddos out. She has great ideas on how to introduce this with the kids.

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This download makes a great poster for the classroom. it's a visual reminder for students