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Old 02-10-2013, 10:11 PM
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Problems, Clues, and Wonderings...

How do you fill out the "Problems, Clues & Wonderings" chart? I have taught K and have never used this form of story charting. Could you please help? Also, is it done during the 1st reading or is it done on a continuous basis? Help? I wanted to use it for 3rd grade as a review of a story in preparation for the unit test. Thanks in advance!
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I've never seen this.is it tied to a particular reading program?
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