Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text

Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
Reading Super Heroes Depth of Knowledge Comprehension Strategies for Any Text
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This product contains:

#1:

Remember:
Poster introducing the super power, poster explaining the super power with a list of words that are associated with the power, and a poster explaining the super power with a list of possible question stems.

Understand:
Poster introducing the super power, poster explaining the super power with a list of words that are associated with the power, and a poster explaining the super power with a list of possible question stems.

Apply:
Poster introducing the super power, poster explaining the super power with a list of words that are associated with the power, and a poster explaining the super power with a list of possible question stems.

Analyze:
Poster introducing the super power, poster explaining the super power with a list of words that are associated with the power, and a poster explaining the super power with a list of possible question stems.

Evaluate:
Poster introducing the super power, poster explaining the super power with a list of words that are associated with the power, and a poster explaining the super power with a list of possible question stems.

Synthesize:
Poster introducing the super power, poster explaining the super power with a list of words that are associated with the power, and a poster explaining the super power with a list of possible question stems.

#2:
Remember:
The posters minimized into “task card” sized sets.

Understand:
The posters minimized into “task card” sized sets.

Apply:
The posters minimized into “task card” sized sets.

Analyze:
The posters minimized into “task card” sized sets.

Evaluate:
The posters minimized into “task card” sized sets.

Synthesize:
The posters minimized into “task card” sized sets.

#3:

Remember:
Poster introducing questions for the students to answer and/or sentences for the students to complete to help them demonstrate that they remember what they read—for both fiction and nonfiction.

Understand:
Poster introducing questions for the students to answer and/or sentences for the students to complete to help them demonstrate that they understand what they read—for both fiction and nonfiction.

Apply:
Poster introducing questions for the students to answer and/or sentences for the students to complete to help them demonstrate that they can apply what they learned from what they read—for both fiction and nonfiction.

Analyze:
Poster introducing questions for the students to answer and/or sentences for the students to complete to help them demonstrate that they can analyze what they read—for both fiction and nonfiction.

Evaluate:
Poster introducing questions for the students to answer and/or sentences for the students to complete to help them demonstrate that they can evaluate what they read—for both fiction and nonfiction.

Synthesize:
Poster introducing questions for the students to answer and/or sentences for the students to complete to help them demonstrate that they synthesize what they read to create something new—for both fiction and nonfiction.

#4:

Remember:
The poster minimized into “Task Card” sized sets.

Understand:
The poster minimized into “Task Card” sized sets.

Apply:
The poster minimized into “Task Card” sized sets.

Analyze:
The poster minimized into “Task Card” sized sets.

Evaluate:
The poster minimized into “Task Card” sized sets.

Synthesize:
The poster minimized into “Task Card” sized sets.

Total Pages
48 Pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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