Other Content Areas:
Science: Students will complete an anticipation guide about frogs. In the first column, they will circle true if they think the statement is true and false if they think the statement is false. After reading, they will revisit each question and determine whether each statement is true or false using evidence from the text. Although it is not listed on the example, teachers can create an additional column where students are required to put the page number where they found the information.
Math: This strategy can also be used in math when studying geometry. Students will first answer a series of T/F questions. At the end of the unit, they will then flip back to the anticipation guide and complete the after section. This will allow teachers to clarify any misconceptions and address individual needs.
Social Studies: Students will follow the same procedures described above as they answer a series of questions on presidents (See example).