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Reading Comprehension Questions Year 1

Literacy Curriculum

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Personal

What did you enjoy about the book?

Have you read it before?

Is there anything you would change about the book?

Are there any new words in your book?

It is important for children to recall key facts from the book.

At the end of the page, ask them one of these questions. Let them read back through the text, or read the text aloud to them, allowing them to find or hear the answer.

What do you think about the ending of the story?

 

Asking questions

Does the character remind you of anyone?

Why do you think the character did that?

What do you think will happen next and why?

After the children have read a few pages, can they predict what will happen next? OR explain why something has happened. If they find this difficult, give them suggestions!

Characters

Who are the characters in the book?

Describe the main character

Young, old, friendly, miserable, lonely, popular…

How is the character feeling?

Where do they live and how do we know this?

 

After the children have read a few pages, can they predict what will happen next? OR explain why something has happened. If they find this difficult, give them suggestions!

Summarising

Looking at the front cover do you know what this book might be about?

Does the title give us any clues?

What was the most important part of the story?

What is happening in the picture?

Where does the story take place?

When did the story take place?

 

It is important for children to recall key facts from the book. At the end of the page, ask them one of these questions. Let them read back through the text, or read the text aloud to them, allowing them to find or hear the answer.