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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.


A Literate Life - Anchor Charts. I love this for Hazelle. The "thick" questions are perfect to get her to focus more on what she reads and get her more into reading!


Have question stems to help them formulate questions from their fairy tales.


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.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Question Stems Anchor Chart

Is it difficult for your students to ask questions while they read? Then, this questioning anchor chart will be a great reference for your students!


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

Questioning chart - good website for other reader's workshop strategies


TGIF! - Thank God It's First Grade!: Anchor Charts Galore!

A little crowded, but would be good to put each on their own piece of chart paper - or type up as a sheet to put in a reader's notebook - ALONG WITH evidence based terms to answer the questions =) Questioning