For making predictions and reflecting on if they were right or wrong. It is important to stress to students that it's okay to be wrong with predictions because you can adjust them at the end. This is a BDA reading strategy
Making predictions in a story is such an important element of imagination and comprehension for a student. I have seen this in my internship where students will give ideas in a large group reading what they will believe will happen in the story.
Shared reading skill: This poster is great in putting it up in the classroom. It reminds students what to do before, during, and after reading. I also love that the pictures are actual students performing step by steps of how to do it.
Making predictions is a great strategy to use for comprehension of narrative texts. Predicting allows students to draw on background knowledge, supply details, and determine whether their prediction was correct at the end of the passage.