Making Predictions Detective's Notebook:
Students are detectives trying to be one step ahead of the story. Their job is to gather evidence and make predictions about what they think will happen next.
Through the creation of this fun detective's notebook, students:
*Make a prediction in response to a question. For example: "What will happen next in the story", or "what do you think will happen to Gerald".
*Provide evidence to support their prediction.
*Break down their prediction in a first, next, then, last, organizer in order of what events they think will happen.
*Track their prediction before, during, and after reading.
*Write a report explaining if their prediction was correct, partially correct, or not correct, and what the final outcome was.
Teachers are able to tailor the project to their students needs for easy differentiation. Pick and choose the pages you would like to include, and include multiple copies of pages to make more than one prediction.
Please download the preview to view all pages and completed examples
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