Print out on paper, slice apart, and pass out to your students for practice in higher-order questioning and literature response. Questions cover character, plot, conflict, main idea, making connections, and setting. Pass out as an entry ticket to check that student read last night's assigned chapter. Use after reading a short story or independent fiction reading. Example question: What is one word would you use to describe the plot? Why? These questions are based on Kagan strategies. The file was created by Casey McKenna-Monroe.
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