I hope these templates will help give your shared reading a little more structure like they did for me. These templates have also helped my students determine what exactly they need to do each day. For my fifth graders, I just print these out once and we glue them in our reading notebooks. They don't write on it. Instead, it serves as a template for them which means less copying for you :) Each week when they get a new article, they turn to a blank page and divide it into sections just like the template. Then, each day they have a new task. They get the hang of it very quickly!
Monday: Just preview the text, no reading yet. Students make a high-quality prediction.
Tuesday: Students read the text (or read it together) and they ask a question that is answered in the text. For example, if the article was about Lemurs, a question they could use might be: "Where do Lemurs live?" I also ask my students to indicate which paragraph that answer is found in the text.
Wednesday: Read the article again.
Thursday: Read the article again.
Friday: Read the article again.
Answer comprehension questions if applicable.