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.

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.

Questioning Anchor Chart - Thinking Stems - Think Aloud Lesson - 2nd Grade - Owl Moon by Jane Yolen - Credit to @Kristen Rexroad Seth

Questioning Anchor Chart - Thinking Stems - Think Aloud Lesson - 2nd Grade - Owl Moon by Jane Yolen - Credit to @Kristen Rexroad Seth

Questioning...simple but effective...kids can add the sticky notes, then change them out when needed.

Questioning...simple but effective...kids can add the sticky notes, then change them out when needed.

This great graphic on levels of questions includes the fact that the author doesn't know who created the original.  Read on for some ideas for genius hour as well.

This great graphic on levels of questions includes the fact that the author doesn't know who created the original. Read on for some ideas for genius hour as well.

Are students thinking within the text, beyond the text or about the text? Start off close reading in your classroom using these guiding questions!

Are students thinking within the text, beyond the text or about the text? Start off close reading in your classroom using these guiding questions!

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