Reading Detectives Name Tags

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8 colourful reading detective name tags to assign students during guided reading sessions.

Engage students during guided reading groups with this set of reading detective name tags. Students will be responsible for their reading detective role during reading activities and will be encouraged to participate in group discussions.

Assign each student with one of the following reading detective roles:

  • predictor
  • clarifier
  • questioner
  • summariser
  • visualiser
  • connector
  • word finder
  • chief detective.

This resource includes:

  • 8 reading detective name tags.

Use this resource with the Reading Detective Bookmarks.

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