kate caulfield

kate caulfield

kate caulfield
More ideas from kate
Socioemotional - A wonder wall is perfect for students to express what they are thinking about and also encourages students to talk to each other about what they are thinking about.

A wonder wall - have student add their wonders before a unit and what they learned at the end of the unit. I like this as a way to build student ownership of learning.

This is a finished concept chart of question words. The visuals help show what each word is asking.

This is a finished concept chart of question words. The visuals help show what each word is asking. ~ We are doing one question each day and relating it back to their writing.

Asking Questions Anchor Chart. This shows students the times when asking questions are appropriate in reading. Students should be aware that they can ask questions at any point in reading: before, during, and after.

I like this resource because it gave some simple and clear suggestions on how readers ask questions. These tips would help to guide both advanced and struggling readers in learning to ask questions about reading in order to increase comprehension.

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments ~ love this idea. maybe not a crime scene for my kiddos but something similar

Inference:  It's In the Bag Reading GAME.  Perfect for inferring reading comprehension skills, test prep, and intervention RTI groups.  TeacherKarma.com

A link to Teachers Pay Teachers activity HERE! A hands-on lesson to enhance reading comprehension through inference skills.