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Our school buys a binder for each student to use as a Home-School Communication Binder. When I first heard this I thought it would never work. I really thought that most students would lose theirs. I
Kate Stout saved to Reading
Guided reading questions for character, plot, making connections and reading strategies.
Time4Teaching saved to Literacy Ideas
Snag your free reading comprehension questions! Perfect to use as an anchor chart for kids while independent reading or to teach into during a guided reading group! #readingcomprehension
Description This free download is for a set of reading response questions that your students can use with practically any book! I use this download to keep my students accountable during their daily independent reading time. At the end of our independent reading time each day, I would have my kiddos pick a question to respond to about the book they read that day in a special Reader's Response Journal, a spiral notebook. I found this to be a great way to get my kiddos responding to text daily…
Amanda Zanchelli saved to Parent Resources
English reading exercises with basic sight words for kid's reading practice. Use it for your remedial reading activities. Practice comprehe...
Elisa Morales saved to gramatica ingles &español
One of the most frequent comments/questions I get from my readers is about my homework routine. My thoughts and feelings on homework hav...
Chelsey James saved to Teaching
Great list for the teacher to encourage higher level thinking. Keep as a resource.
Samantha Johns saved to Learning things
Want your students to answer comprehension questions effectiently? Try teaching them to decipher the question before they answer! Come read all about it!
Reading Comprehension Strategy Series: How To Teach Students to Ask Questions When They Read — THE CLASSROOM NOOK
Questioning is a reading strategy that is taught to students to help them to better engage with the text. It helps the reader to clarify what he or she is reading and to better understand the text. Asking good questions is a way for students to monitor their own comprehension while reading.
Rosie Pitts saved to Reading Bookmarks
I have a fun reading resource for you! Book Talk is loaded with ideas to use for retelling stories, comprehending reading, and using books and tools to share some good conversations. Click here for a preview. Students will have plenty to do during reading time. Plus, there are some great homework ideas too! I recently updated this cover and added more graphic organizers and activities to this resource. Here are just a few examples of what's included: Questions to ask partners or questions…
Twila Griffin saved to reading comprehension