This packet corresponds to the book "Superfudge" by Judy Blume. Each of the 12 chapters has 4-5 questions that go along with it. I based the questions off of the QAR reading strategy. You can have the students answer each question and as an added bonus, they can label if it's a RT (right there), TS (think and search), AY (author and you) or OMO (on my own). This strategy is super helpful to helping students recognize first off if the answer is IN the story or not and secondly helps them stop and think about what they are reading.
You can just use it in reading groups, literature circles, etc.
*This was created in the Google Drive with fonts Fredoka One and Patrick Hand.
Why use question–answer relationship?
It can improve students' reading comprehension.
It teaches students how to ask questions about their reading and where to find the answers to them.
It helps students to think about the text they are reading and beyond it, too.
It inspires them to think creatively and work cooperatively while challenging them to use higher-level thinking skills.