Are you familiar with K12 Reader? Well it's a free website with wonderful resources. My favorite is the reading passages for each grade level (scroll down and look in the left side bar to see the different grade levels). I think I'm going to make them into an interactive notebook form for next school year. I was playing around with how that would look.
Students could cut the passage out and glue it on the left side of their notebook. They would then cut out the question template and glue that on the right side. I'm envisioning them writing their answer under the flap and then going back into the passage and highlighting evidence to support their answer in the correlating color.
I've been doing this already with my 4th grade reading remediation group. I enlarged the passage and questions to 120% when copying and I had them glue passage on the left and the questions on the right. I had them highlight each question with a different color and then the evidence from the text. I've included examples from my notebook below.
What do you think of the idea? Do you do something similar in your classroom?