• Comprehension Strategies for Home

    Comprehension Strategies for Home

    Use post-it notes to monitor comprehension (wonderings, observations, questions, difficult words)
    Respond to Literature, write a page in a journal, use evidence from the text to support your writing.
    How does your main character change from the beginning to the end of the story?
    Describe the relationship your protagonist has with other characters in the story.
    Is your main character a leader or a follower? Why?
    What unanswered questions do you have? Why is it important for you to have these answers?
    How does your author use imagery and vivid descriptive words to create the setting?
    What causes the conflict in the story? What steps does your main character take to solve the problem? Is the character successful? Why or why
    not?
    What lesson does your main character learn when he/she solves the conflict?
    Summarize the last chapter you read.
    Would you recommend this book? Why or Why not?
    Have you read any other books by the same author? Were the plot lines similar or different? How about the character?

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