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Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)

Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)
Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)
Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)
Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)
Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)
Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)
Reading Before, During, and After Question cards (Fiction and Informational)
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Includes:
* Questioning poster
* Before, During, and After question cards for Fiction text with cover. (2 per card)
* Before, During, and After question cards for Informational text with cover. (2 per card)

Good readers should ask themselves questions before, during, and after reading. These questions are printed 2 to a page if you wish to copy the Before Questions on green paper, the During Questions on yellow paper and the After Questions on red paper (like a traffic light). The cover page can be on any other color you choose. Finally, cut cards in half, hole punch, and place them on a clasp ring.

If your school uses mCLASS: Reading3D for assessing, these questions will also help your students practice strengthening their writing skills for the written component of the assessment.

A Sampling of Some Question Types (Informational):
predicting
connections
using decoding strategies
mood
visualizing
monitoring
key ideas
cause/effect
summarize
drawing conclusions
point of view (author, narrator)
text features
main idea
book organization
author's purpose

A Sampling of Some Question Types (Fiction):
predicting
connections
using decoding strategies
monitoring
main characters
setting
problem/solution
mood
character feelings
character traits
author's message/lesson
theme
key events
character motivation
summarizing


Ideas for using Before, During, and After Questions:
* to use to respond to orally or in writing during guided reading
* to use to respond to before, during, and after Read to Self
* to send home as a resource for parents to do orally or written with their child
* to use in your writing center
* to strengthen writing responses to the mCLASS: Reading 3D written component


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