This easy to use form allows children to interact with a nonfiction text by processing their thinking in a written format.
Using this form as a guide, students read a portion of text and respond by writing one fact, one question they have about what was read, and a response or thought. Perhaps you would modify instruction by having one fact for each portion of text, and have children choose to write either a question, or a response/thought they have... The option is yours.
The form has nine spaces for facts, questions and responses, as well as a small portion for a summary on the second page.
This surely is a great tool, and a great piece of evidence for student portfolios!