A great way to differentiate and monitor your student's comprehension as they read chapter books or novels! There are two different choices of bookmarks--one with six sections and one with four sections. You can take the book you are reading and divide the pages into either four or six sections. Each bookmark asks the students to do the following while reading: write some questions they are having, make connections, visualize, record unknown words, and make a summary of what they read. The four section bookmark also asks to keep track of characters in the sections and to make a prediction and set a purpose about what they think will happen in the next section. This is a terrific way for the kids to "keep notes" while reading a longer book and have something to use as a point of reference to remember what they have read so far. They can be folded and kept right in the book until a group meeting or literature discussion can occur. This is also a really good way to start a discussion on what the students read as well as assess the students on the reading. Works wonderful for differentiation as all students have the same bookmark but can use it with any level book.