Making Predictions: 1st Grade Read Aloud - The Brown Bag Teacher
Here is a ready-made anchor chart to use in your classroom when teaching making predictions to young readers. Included is the Anchor Chart, a student version with fill-in-the-blanks for students to write the key words essential to using this strategy.
Are you looking for effective strategies to teach students to make valid predictions as they read? Add these prediction ideas, strategies, and tips to your lesson plans and grab a free activity and teaching points, too! This blog post also covers mentor text suggestions, anchor chart ideas, graphic organizers to use, and engaging activities your second, third, and fourth grade students will love. Click to read more and scoop up the #teacherfreebie, too!
5 Ways to Teach Making Predictions in Reading with Elementary Students - Raise the Bar Reading
Ideas for Teaching Students to Predict Outcomes
Mentor texts are very helpful for modeling with think aloud the process we as teachers use as we read. This post focuses on strategies for making predictions using Enemy Pie.