Common Core in Your Classroom

Q & A Books: Teaching Students to Read and Write Informational Text

Michelle Kelley & Nicki Clausen-Grace


This article explicitly explains a process for teaching students to write their own Question and Answer books. The authors share tried-and-true activities that integrate reading and writing with content, as well as specific connections to the ELA CCSS. Reproducibles and student examples are provided to guide teachers in replicating this project in their own classrooms.

IRA Members: This publication and all IRA E-ssentials are available to you free of charge when you log in to the IRA Members-Only area.

Nonmembers: This publication is available as a PDF e-book, which you can access from your My Account page for 7 days after purchase. If you don't already have an online account, you will be asked to create one during checkout.

© 2014
doi: 10.1598/e-ssentials.8057

Q & A Books: Teaching Students to Read and Write Informational Text

Get it Now!

Nonmembers: $4.99
Members: FREE!
Members save $4.99!


Also of interest:

Home| About IRA| Contact Us| Help| Privacy & Security| Terms of Use

© 1996–2014 International Reading Association. All rights reserved.