Reading question stems are a great way to hold your students accountable for their reading. Instead of having them log the time they spent reading or writing down the titles of books on a calendar, you can give your students question stems to respond to the text they read.
I have created digital question stems so you can assign your students question stems in Google Classroom. These align to grade level expectations for literature and informational text standards.
You can edit the directions for your students. This gives you the opportunity to assign a specific text, page, paragraph or give any other directions for the assignment. Students will type their responses to the question stems directly onto the slides.
You can delete any extra slides from the assignment. (There are over forty slides for both informational text and literature.)
Here’s a video showing how it works.
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