New Reading Super Power

posted Nov 30, 2010, 11:57 AM by Patrick Johnson   [ updated Nov 30, 2010, 12:59 PM ]

Today students were introduced to their next reading super power: The power of asking good questions. Good readers ask questions before they read (e.g. questions based on doing a picture walk or title), while they read (e.g. how is the character going to solve their problem) and after they read (e.g. evaluating a character's actions).

Learning Goal: We are learning to ask questions before, during and after we read in order to increase our understanding of what we are reading.

Success Criteria:
I can ask questions before I read.
I can ask questions while I read.
I can ask questions after I read.
I can ask deeper thinking questions and not just quick questions.
I can find the answers in the book to my questions.
I can find the answers within my self to the questions.
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