In my classroom lately I have rediscovered the power of the Read Aloud during our school day. Our class has laughed, gasped, clapped, questioned, and even cried together during our read aloud. The read aloud allows us as educators to model our comprehension for students while engaging them in deeper conversations about stories.
I hope you find this resource made for use with Eve Bunting’s “A Day’s Work” helpful as you encourage your readers to fall in love with the craft of authors and equip them with tools to think deeply about texts. Happy Teaching!
*Discussion sentence frames to display
*Read aloud questions with page numbers included for
"A Day's Work" written by Eve Bunting
*Two shades of meaning for vocabulary
*Quick written response to monitor comprehension
For more Eve Bunting inspired Read Aloud Comprehension:
Read Aloud Comprehension Questions for Eve Bunting Stories
Check out other resources from All the Learners:
Books We've Read Banner & Book Logs
Monthly Reading Homework Logs
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