There's nothing like a student-formulated question that gets the class or a small group going! Formulated questions here must be based on something students have lifted from the text-or teachers can provide a "quote" and students can formulate a question. These are very flexible pages!
Students will read ANY book/short story/narrative/article of your/their choice (fiction and/or non-fiction), record a quote/copied text, formulate a question for it, then get their question answered from a partner (by exchanging papers or asking then recording their partner's response) or they can even offer a "possible answer" to their own inquiry. A sample "do and don't" discussion question and response are included!
Graphic organizer includes: do's/don'ts; tips to consider; a question-word list; and question starters/frames. Question page requires a copied quote; a question; and a response/answer. Designed for multiple uses, multi-use. See my Facebook page, Reading Response Creations, for comments, tips for use, & a filled-in sample!!
Flexible use options:
-use in whole class/small groups/partner reading
-use for lit. circles/book clubs/novel studies
-use as documents for independent reading/SSR/DEAR
-use to supplement ANY reading program
Get students creating meaningful discussions! It creates leaders too!