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Free Download: QR Code Super Six Comprehension Question Cubes

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A set of QR code question cubes to use when working with the Super Six reading comprehension strategies.

Using a free QR code reader, students can roll the cube and scan a code to reveal a comprehension question.

The question cubes include the following Super Six reading comprehension strategies:

  • Making Connections
  • Monitoring
  • Visualising
  • Inferring/Predicting
  • Questioning
  • Summarising

The download includes two versions – one with inferring and one with predicting. The questions on the cubes are the same – two different options have been provided as some teachers use the terminology predicting and some use inferring.

Use these question cubes when working with groups of students or as question prompts for students who may need some extra assistance with a particular strategy.

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Can you make them all different colours? As inferring and questioning are the same colours but a different skill.

Natalie West · Sep 30th, 2017

Hi Natalie,

Thank you for your comment! The Inferring and Predicting cubes are the same colour (green) as the questions on the cubes are the same – two different options have been provided as some teachers use the terminology predicting and some use inferring. The Questioning cube should be a different colour (purple). Please let me know if this isn’t the case when you download the file.

Kind regards,

Cassie (Teach Starter) · Oct 3rd, 2017

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