How do you teach your students to think about and respond to questioning? Over the years, I have used both QAR and Jan Richardson’s stoplight questioning. I’ve found that a mix of the two work perfectly for my third graders. Once students understand what type of questions they are being asked and how to respond, our literature talks and book circle conversations become much deeper. Also, students become less frustrated on reading tests because they have another tool in their toolbox to help them be a success.
Please download the free preview to preview the product pages and read through the teacher’s guide. Included in this download:
-Stoplight Question Anchor Charts
-QAR Anchor Charts
-Green, Yellow, Red Question Leveled flip-flap book (both full notes and cloze fill-in-blanks versions)
-Stoplight foldable with question type sort
-Goldilocks and 3 Bears foldable with question sort based on the story
-“The Sweetest Fig” pocket and card activity with leveled questions based on the book by Chris Van Allsburg
*Answer Keys Included
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