I just posted this set of Reading Reflection Fans for fiction (I'm going to create a set for nonfiction, next). The questions are aligned to the six levels in Bloom's Revised Taxonomy: Remember, Understand, Apply, Analyze, Evaluate, and Create. They will also fit the CCSS Reading Standards for Literature. There are between 15 and 23 questions for each level (with over 100 questions in total). I have also included a checklist sheet for each level so you can keep track of questions asked in class. The 23 different questions for CREATE can be used as formative or summative assessment activities.
Questions can be used in class discussions, as prompts for written reader responses, in guided reading groups, after independent reading or paired reading activities, after read alouds, etc. I use mine for so many different purposes in the classroom. Sometimes I choose the question, and sometimes I ask a student to choose a question and display it under the document camera for all to see. You can see more about how I use and store my question fans HERE.
Fans can be assembled into separate levels, using a brass fastener to keep them together.
Or, you can clip all the levels together and keep them on a binder clip (this is how I store them in the classroom).
Well, that's about it ... I hope you're all enjoying your weekend ... and maybe, just maybe, you get one extra day tomorrow! We're planning on taking our girls downhill skiing for the first time tomorrow (with ALL this snow we have, we've got to take advantage of it).