These are inspired by the book "Comprehension Shouldn't Be Silent" by Kelley and Clausen-Grace. Their book is based on research proving that good readers consistently use these five strategies while reading. Therefore, to help students become strong readers, we must teach them to use these skills. We do this by having students monitor their own thinking. These skills are meant to be modeled and monitored throughout the year and the posters are reminders to students of what they should be doing while they are reading. You can put them up one at a time as you model and practice each skill as a class, or put them all up at once. Up to you! Also, I recommend reading the book if you haven't already!
These tie wonderfully into the Common Core curriculum. The standards above are just a COUPLE that it covers, but it really reaches across the board in all grade levels.
The Five Skills (with a poster for each) are: