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1 Ms. Burns Readers Workshop Questioning Lessons 1-15

2 Ms. Burns Questioning Big Understanding: Students will use questioning as a tool to create meaning while reading.

3 Ms. Burns Day 1 KBAD use questions as active readers

4 Ms. Burns This year we are learning about strategies that good readers use. Today you will use questions as active readers.

5 Ms. Burns Day 1 What is going on in my story? Who is the main character? What is the problem in the story? Where is this story taking place? How is my character feeling?

6 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk Where is the story in my independent reading book taking place?

7 Ms. Burns Day 2 KBAD use post- it notes to record questions.

8 Ms. Burns This week we will start talking about how readers ask themselves questions. Today you will formulate questions and record them on post-it notes.

9 Ms. Burns Day 2 When I have a questions about what is going on in my story I can record it on a post-it note and stick it in my books. As I keep reading the book, I can flip back to my question to see if I found the answer yet.

10 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk How can post-it notes be used when I have a question about my story?

11 Ms. Burns Day 3 KBAD ask questions about new words.

12 Ms. Burns This week will we start talking about how good readers ask themselves questions. Today you will ask questions about new words you come across while reading.

13 Ms. Burns Day 3 Questioning

14 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk Why is it important to ask questions about new words?

15 Ms. Burns Day 4 KBAD ask questions about the structure of a text.

16 Ms. Burns This week will we continue talking about how good readers ask themselves questions. Today you will ask questions about the structure of the text you are reading.

17 Ms. Burns Day 4 Persuasive Writing Informational Text Question and Answer Sequecing Events How To (with steps)

18 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk Why is it important to think about what type of text we are reading?

19 Ms. Burns Day 5 KBAD ask questions before reading.

20 Ms. Burns There are lots of times to stop and ask ourselves questions when reading. Today you will ask questions about your before you start reading.

21 Ms. Burns Day 5 What do I already know about this author/series? What clues to the story does the cover/blurb give me? What genre is this book?

22 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What kind of questions can you ask before starting a new book?

23 Ms. Burns Day 6 KBAD ask questions during reading.

24 Ms. Burns This week will we continue talking about how good readers ask themselves questions. Today you will ask questions while reading a book.

25 Ms. Burns Day 6 ? - A question that remains unanswered BK - Questions that rely on background knowledge I - Inferred from the text A - Answered directly in the text Questioning

26 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk Where can you find the answers to background knowledge questions?

27 Ms. Burns Day 7 KBAD ask questions after reading.

28 Ms. Burns This week will we continue talking about how good readers ask themselves questions. Today you will ask questions after we finish reading a book.

29 Ms. Burns Day 7 How was the problem solved? What was the message of the story? What questions did the author leave unanswered?

30 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What questions can you ask after finisheing a story?

31 Ms. Burns Day 8 KBAD sort questions into categories.

32 Ms. Burns This week will we continue talking about how good readers ask themselves questions. Today you will put your questions into different categories.

33 Ms. Burns Day 8 Factual –I can go back and prove the answer Rhetorical –I wonder but Ill never really know Inferential –I can use clues to find my answer

34 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What is a rhetorical question you have about your independent reading book?

35 Ms. Burns Day 9 KBAD ask helpful questions.

36 Ms. Burns This week we have been asking different types of questions. Today you will think about which questions are the most helpful.

37 Ms. Burns Day 9 Helpful questions make it easier for me to understand a story. Who? What? When? Where? How?

38 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What is a helpful question you could ask about your story?

39 Ms. Burns Day 10 KBAD ask big and little questions.

40 Ms. Burns This week we have been asking different types of questions. Today you will think about which questions are big and which ones are little.

41 Ms. Burns Day 10 Big questions are very general and can have many answers or long answers. Little questions are very specific and have only one answer or short answers.

42 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What is a big question you have about your book?

43 Ms. Burns Day 11 KBAD ask questions about nonfiction texts.

44 Ms. Burns The past few weeks we have been asking questions about our independent reading book. Today you will ask questions about a nonfiction reading passage.

45 Ms. Burns

46 Day 11 When might you sneeze? Why would someone write an article about sneezing? How does the author start their article?

47 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What is a questions you have about an article you read?

48 Ms. Burns Day 12 KBAD ask opinion questions.

49 Ms. Burns This week we have been asking different types of questions. Today you will think about questions that are answered with opinions.

50 Ms. Burns Day 12 Some questions are answered by giving your opinion. What did you think of the story? Would you recommend this book to a friend? Did you like the authors ending?

51 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What is an opinion question you have about your book?

52 Ms. Burns Day 13 KBAD ask questions about all different types of texts.

53 Ms. Burns The past few weeks we have been asking questions about what we have read. Today you will think about questions that you can answer about different types of texts.

54 Ms. Burns Day 13 Articles Poems Short stories How-to

55 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk What is a question that you might be asked about a poem?

56 Ms. Burns Day 14 KBAD read questions first before looking at a passage.

57 Ms. Burns This week we have been answering questions about what we have read. Today you will read a question first before looking at the passage.

58 Ms. Burns Day 14 When I read the question first I know what information to look for while Im reading a passage. Space Passage

59 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk How can reading a question first help you?

60 Ms. Burns Day 15 KBAD prove the answers to questions by looking at a passage.

61 Ms. Burns This week we have been answering questions about what we have read. Today you will go to a passage to find the answer to questions about a text. You should be able to prove your answer.

62 Ms. Burns Day 15 When I answer a question I want to go back to the passage to make sure that I can prove my answer. Space Passage

63 Ms. Burns Turn and Talk How can a student prove their answer?


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