This freebie document will help you condition your students to asking themselves "good" questions while they read. Asking questions, an important reading strategy, or what I like to tell my students an activity that "good readers do" is important to helping a student understand whatever text he or she is reading, regardless of their age.
This document includes reminders about why readers should ask questions and how to ask good questions as well as an interactive portion where students are asked to ask a question before reading, during reading, and after reading as well as answer their question to show their mastery of the topic.
This activity would be great during literature centers for students in middle to upper elementary grades, middle school students, and appropriate in even some high school courses as well. Don't forget- the vibrant design makes it fun to post in your classroom or display on your overhead projector with an example that students can reference.
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