Help your students become acquainted with how the reading strategy of questioning works with the Literature Circles: Lesson on the Reading Strategy of Questioning. This lesson is great for literature circles, English/Language Arts/Reading class, and reading in the content areas.
Pages 1 and 2 include the lesson outline. Page 3 includes the Warm-Up Brain Splash chart, and Page 4 shows possible responses for the Warm-Up chart. Pages 5 and 6 include the Guided Notes (cloze-style, where students fill in key words and phrases that are underlined on the displayed notes page) that can be printed onto a transparency for projecting or distributed as a handout, and Page 7 includes the student notes sheet with blanks on it so that students can fill in key words as you go through the notes. Page 8 includes the Team Task slip, which is a half-sheet that has been doubled onto one page (so all you have to do is cut it in half), and Page 9 includes possible responses to the Team Task. Pages 10, 11, and 12 include the Practice Activity, which is a short reading passage followed by a practice Thinkmark on Questioning. Page 13 includes possible responses for the practice Thinkmark. Page 14 includes four blank Thinkmarks on Questioning, ready for students to use with their own novels.
This document is also available in the Literature Circles: Lessons-Four Reading Strategies ALL-in-One DEAL and in the Literature Circles: Curriculum Materials MEGA Unit All-in-One DEAL.
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