Check comprehension, practice text structure, analyze plot, or even take notes on new material with this multi-purpose cause and effect chart! Students can use these worksheets during or after reading a story, article, passage, or chapter to identify cause and effect relationships. It works for fiction or nonfiction text of virtually any length!
The second page contains six higher-level thinking questions for individual reflection or class discussion. These open-ended questions are great for encouraging creative, "outside the box" thinking!
This graphic organizer reading activity would be a great addition to nearly any reading unit - or science or social studies unit where students learn by reading! You're sure to find uses all year for this versatile resource.