How to Annotate Test Questions Anchor Chart for Middle School or High School
Support student success with how to annotate test questions. This student anchor chart for middle OR high school students uses literacy skills to increase comprehension when taking tests or answering questions. Available for digital or print.
This anchor chart provides THREE main literacy/reading strategies for reading test questions to help students break down test questions and improve comprehension.
When students are able to UNDERSTAND what a question is asking, they are more likely to have success when answering the questions. This can be used for a mini-lesson, then with follow up questions to practice, self-guided practice or a skill for literacy centers.
- Anchor chart PDF to explain the what, why and when for annotating.
- Digital or Print Single Page Sheetfrom PDF.
TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID:
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "I used this to help my students make meaning of science test questions. Great resource!" Grades 8, 9, & 10
HOW TO USE:
-Typically this is done AFTER annotating has been taught.
-If you have not taught annotating yet, or need a reminder, check out my resource:
How to Annotate a Text Anchor Chart
- My phrase I use with students is, "annotating helps you show what you know when answering questions"
NOTES FOR USE:
- Print at computer paper size, 8.5 x 11 or post to google classroom!
(I have my students keep all their personal anchor charts in their strategy binders)
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