You've read No, David at least ten times to your class, and you still struggle to come up with just the right questions. Every. Single. Time. You time you seem to hit a wall and can only come up with the same questions you've asked over and over again. You'll do better next time. Now, imagine... you're ready this time with questions in hand where every kid can answer at least one.
Coming up with quality questions, on the fly, is tough. Even though No, David has a simple storyline, its colorful and detailed illustrations offer a great opportunity for, often overlooked, high level comprehension questions. The great thing about having the pre-written questions is not only does it save you tons of time, often times it will help you think of other questions you could ask. Use these questions as you read and reread No, David. Many of the questions are loaded, as several of them contain follow-ups related to the main question. Included are a combination of low and higher level thinking skills that will allow you to quickly and easily reach every young learner.
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