Asking questions is one of several reading comprehension strategies practice in primary grades. This post has an asking questions product and a freebie as well. Asking questions before, during, and after reading is a strategy used to help improve reading comprehension and should become a lifelong skill for improving retention of text. Many students read quickly and need to be taught this strategy to help them learn to read for meaning. The free pages are included in the free preview. On Teachers Pay Teachers, there is a SMART Board version, and it is included in my Reading Strategies SMART Board Pack as well as the Reading Strategies Pack PDFs Only product.
A general introduction with letter-sized teaching posters is intended for large group discussion. A teacher’s guide is also included in the printable.
Be sure to scroll down for two sample freebies on this post.
Letter-sized teaching posters for guided reading small group time are also included.
Generic asking questions foldables (ISN’s) for students to work with any book are also included.
There is a 45-page section with student work pages, bookmarks, cut and paste sorting, and stories to discuss. Many of the pages are generic to use with any text.
Finally, here is the freebie! The PDF has two foldables pages for the asking questions reading comprehension strategy.
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