Sticky notes

During a reading activity about a molasses tank explosion in Boston in 1919, Mrs. Caroscio Allen's students use sticky notes as part of a questioning strategy. Each student writes a “beginning” question before beginning to read, a “middle” question after reading part of the text, and an “end” question that considers issues unanswered by the reading.

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