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Perfect for Kindergarten & First Grade ELA Common Core standards and mini lessons that teach Kinders and Firsties to ask questions before, during and after reading! You get 3 full color posters plus a "header & footer" card! Asking Questions (header) BEFORE: Does the title help me know wh
K - 1st
*Good Readers Ask Questions Before, During, and After Reading* This unit/packet offers a marvelous way for students to ask questions before, during, and after reading! It could be used as a whole group activity/unit to use as you are doing read-alouds. Also, this unit could be used as a way for stu
This is a great resource full of various questions that I use when I walk around and conference with kids during Reading Workshop. There are enough questions in this resource to last the entire year. Question topics include: General, making connections, setting, theme, character, point of view, a
This is a list of inferential questions to ask during reading. These questions can be used with just about any story. Students can ask themselves inferential questions during reading to self-monitor comprehension. Use as a formal or informal assessment. Makes a great poster! Please remember to leav
Ask Questions Before, During, After Graphic Organizer (Asking Questions BME) Get students actively engaged in reading and asking questions as they read to help with comprehension. Made by keepcalmandteachon.com THANKS for checking out my product. Please check out my other graphic organizers and
The questions are broken into comprehension strategies. Ask them during guided reading to promote student understanding. This is a very comprehensive list and is a great tool to keep at your guided reading table.
This graphic organizer is perfect for a unit or lesson on questioning. Students can write their own questions before during and after independent reading or while you are reading aloud.
Print this as a poster or as a worksheet. Use for a literacy center or for whole class instruction! These guiding questions force students to think deeply and closely about the text they are tackling. This can be used for both fiction and nonfiction.
This graphic organizer is a perfect tool students can use during independent reading workshop once they have learned and practiced how to ask meaningful questions during reading. Teachers can duplicate this graphic organizer and model asking questions using a picture book. Then students can get a co
This product is to support students when they are asking and answering questions about literature to demonstrate understanding.
Graphic organizer for students to use to ask questions before, during, and after reading. Includes a column for students to determine if their question is thick or thin.
Our goal is for our young readers to comprehend and analyze text, and it begins with students asking questions before, during, and after reading! This is a skill that requires lots of modeling and practice. Download this freebie to see how I've taught this skill in whole group, small group, indepen
1st - 2nd
Ask questions before, during, and after reading - fiction and nonfiction
Students use this bookmark to guide their thinking during independent and partner reading. Reading comprehension is greatly enhanced when students are deliberately asking questions as part of their reading time. It is critical that the "Asking Essential Questions" strategy has been taught in a mini
Our students use this during a read aloud to ask questions before, during and after the reading. It fits right in with RL.1 and RI.1 to help students ask those questions instead of always answering questions. Great for the new common core!
This page will encourage your students to ask questions before they read the story, during reading, and after reading. It provides cute ducks for them to write their questions in. ***This resource is included in my 31 page COMPLETE Make Way for Ducklings Literacy Activity Pack. Get this resource
"Questions to Ask During Reading" poster for classroom library.
1st - 5th
⭐️These printable and digital distance learning ready Lexile® leveled reading comprehension passages and question sets are perfect for teaching, developing, or reinforcing asking & answering questions in nonfiction skills for RI.2.1 and RI.3.1. Printable PDF & Digital Google Slides versions m
These question cards will allow your students to work on higher order thinking skills as they use critical thinking and problem solving skills to discuss their answers. This packet includes 100 different questions that are perfect for classroom discussions. I use these every day during our Morning
Want to scaffold students into doing more critical thinking DURING reading? Want them to take notes without ruining the joy of the book? Want to annotate, but can’t mark in a class set of novels? Or, just as importantly: do your students have trouble meeting their reading deadlines, either for clas
These question cards will allow your students to work on higher order thinking skills as they use critical thinking and problem solving skills to discuss their answers. This packet includes 200 different questions that are perfect for classroom discussions. I use these every day during our Morning M
Are you ready to dive into questioning with your students? Are you not sure which books to use or how to use them to teach this reading strategy? This unit has 7 days of scripted lesson plans that are perfect for the first grade classroom. They have been tested and used in a first grade classroom an
Our district adopted the new Common Core Standards during the 2011-12 school year. We have gone through the process of unpacking them and we are implementing them. These graphic organizers can be used as an instructional tool or as a way to assess students on the common core standards (perfect for
This packet is full of reading comprehension strategy worksheets to help you plan and teach reading comprehension mini lessons with your class. You will have materials to teach reading strategies that all good readers need. There are even independent practice materials so they can practice what they

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