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. Reading Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Reading Comprehension, Reading Posters, Languages Art, Reading Anchors Charts, Comprehension Questions, Common Cores, Classroom Ideas
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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.
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…”
Nice freebie to send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading.
Reading comprehension is key for young learners! This pack includes various response sheets to support teaching the different parts of a story. ...
Rainbows - Reading ComprehensionThis rainbow reading comprehension activity set includes activities to support student's literacy skills in the classroom. This rainbow book includes:Rainbows - Reading ComprehensionRainbows - Comprehension AssessmentRainbows - True / FalseRainbows - Fact / OpinionRainbows - Cause / EffectRainbows - Writing ActivityThis reading comprehension activity book was created using the Common Core Standards and the TEKS.
Reading group or intervention game! A fun idea would be to roll the die and begin a made-up story, each person that rolls tells the next part. 1. Roll all first. Write down your numbers. 2. Begin the story in numerical order. It does not matter how many play, just so there are 2, even if one is teacher or babysitter. Lots of fun in store! MamaPat