Text Structure - Text Structure Reading Response Question Fans
This resource contains text structure questions for teachers or students to use during and after reading activities. Teachers can use these reading reflection questions for whole or small group work, after reading minilessons, during or after guided reading lessons, literature circles, literacy centers, or during reading conferences with students. Students can also use these questions when working independently, or with a partner or small group during or after the completion of reading activities.
There are 5 different groups of questions - one group for each text structure: cause and effect, compare and contrast, description, problem and solution, and sequence. Each group of questions will make its own fan containing 15 different questions (with 75 questions in total). You can use a particular fan when studying a particular text structure or informational text, or use different fans to reinforce the different structures throughout the year. You could also group all the questions together on a binder clip circle and hang near your desk for easy access during reading activities (which is what I do).
I have also included a page of blank frames for each structure if you want to add some of your own questions. They are not editable though, so you will have to write in your questions. I have also included a checklist sheet for each structure for students or teachers to keep track of questions asked.
The question sheets should be printed out on cardstock or on regular paper and laminated for extra durability. Cut out the individual questions and punch a small hole in the end of each question. Questions can then be put together with a brass fastener or a binder ring to keep them together.
You may also be interested in my Text Structure Concept Posters HERE.
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