"During Reading Strategy: Say Something"
-for students to read actively and recognize three types of questions
Success Criteria for Each Question
Facts-one right answer, text specific
Opinion-subjective choice or Predictions-many possible references
-answer is complex and can have two or more answer
-research can inform answer
-question makes a connection between content of the book and real world scenarios/problems/situations
Modified Lesson With Beers
Modification#1 Practice Makes Perfect
-purpose of "during reading: say something" is for students to practice and for informal assessment
-Beers calls it "say something" because students practice many different skills before being asked to move to higher order thinking (make a prediction, ask a question, clarify, make a comment, make a connection).
Modification#3 Chart-Types of Questions (Bloom, Q Chart) for a wide variety of questions when students actually design them….