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Fiction Comprehension Question Cube

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This template is a question cube for fiction stories. Students pull questions one by one out of the box. When they have answered the questions they can place it in the trash can. This can be used with any fiction story. You can adjust it to fit your needs. You can recreate the cards to fit a chosen story with questions specific to that story.

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arthurc Posted by: arthurc

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Great job creating the question cube! What a great alternative to the actual blow-up cube we toss around after reading stories! On my cube, when a student catches the cube that is tossed to them - whatever the question their hand lands on is the question they answer about the story. I like the Mimio version too! Thanks for sharing!

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    Apr. 10, 2012
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re:Fiction Comprehension Question Cube

This is indeed a guilty pleasure in my classroom. I have high school students and they love this. They frequently ask for it by name. Now I have made a few minor adjustments for my age-range, but the students love because it is fun. I love it because it is an effective review tool. Thank you for your contribution.

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    Oct. 13, 2010
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James Smith
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