I use this graphic organizer to help teach the skill of questioning to my students. Before, during and after reading, I have the students generate questions about the text. They write their question on a post-it note. We discuss good questioning skills and I encourage students to develop “thick” questions (that require them to use the book AND to make inferences, use their schema, etc. to find the answer) rather than thin questions (that can simply be found by looking in the book.) After reading we share our questions and student choose one question they would like to focus on. The next day, when we re-read the text, the students work to answer their questions and illustrate their evidence in the cloud provided. The rubric can be used for the students, and teacher to check their work. This is a resource that can be used all year long and in a variety of different ways to help students practice the skill of questioning. I hope you find this helpful! Please leave feedback if you find this resource useful!