The Great Chicago Fire choice board activity is a fresh way to promote comprehension of nonfiction in the upper grades. Students read ANY article or book about the Chicago Fire and then use the choice board to demonstrate comprehension.
The questions require children to look back in the text but can be used for any article or book on the topic. Students could complete a "tic-tac-toe" and answer three questions on a separate sheet of paper or do more/less questions at the teacher's discretion.
The questions are differentiated by learning style (Far left: Analytical, Center: Practical, Far Right: Creative). If you are learning about the Chicago Fire, this choice board is a must-buy!