Making Predictions Thought Jot Tracker
Help your students fine-tune their making predictions skills with the use of a Thought Jot Tracker. This helpful tool reminds students of the steps in making a prediction, and guides them through writing their predictions on sticky notes before, during, and after reading.
Watch a video preview of Thought Jot Trackers here.
About Thought Jot Trackers
A good book + sticky notes = students jotting down their reader thoughts.
Make those reader thoughts more focused and detailed with Thought Jot Trackers. Each tracker is designed to help students focus on a specific reading strategy during guided and independent reading.
Use Thought Jot Trackers during whole group, small group, and independent practice. Students utilizing Thought Jot Trackers will leave valuable “breadcrumbs” throughout the pages of the books they read, and provide you with reliable insight into their thinking process even after they have closed the book and gone home. Thought Jot Trackers provide teachers with clear examples of what their students are thinking during reading, opportunities for conversation in one-on-one conferences, and an accountability piece for students.
Each Thought Jot Tracker includes a “How To” page with suggested uses for the tracker to help you plan your instruction.
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Key Words: making predictions, sticky notes, reading strategies