For Students, Faculty, and Staff: MyU One Stop

We are moving to better serve you! Check out the new DHH Resources website and update your bookmarks. Thank you!


Anticipation Guide

Middle Elementary and above

Determine the major concepts in the selection and write those concepts in short, clear, declarative sentences with a line in front of each statement. For example, take true statements from a selection on bats, write some false statements, and arrange them in the following format:

Strategy Steps:

  1. Before reading the selection, students read the statements, decide if they are true or false, and write a T or an F on the line.
  2. Discuss the responses before the students read the selection, asking them to explain why they responded as they did.
  3. After reading the selection, have the students revisit their responses and compare their thoughts before and after reading.