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Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #5-11: The Great DepressionThis is the eleventh in a set of 25 informational text articles + activity packs designed to teach ALL of the reading informational text standards for 5th grade in a fun, rigorous, and easy to implement solution! The focus in th
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #5-10: One Person (Benevolence)This is the tenth in a set of 25 informational text articles + activity packs designed to teach ALL of the reading informational text standards for 5th grade in a fun, rigorous, and easy to implement solution! The focus in t
Common Core Informational Text Standard RI.5.6: Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent. This printable worksheet calls for students in grades 4-6 to read three different accounts of the mysterious death
Say goodbye to grading papers! SELF-GRADING assessments have been a game-changer for me, and it can be for you too. Simply share the purchased link with your students, when they're finished you'll automatically have an organized spreadsheet with their data from the graded quiz. Prefer paper and penc
This product contains several resources to help you teach, review, and assess CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.5.6.RI.5.6 says students should, "Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent."This product contains the foll
CCSS.RI.5.6 This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of the Boston Tea Party, and find similarities and differences amongst the sources/documents. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (firsthand accounts of the event,
CCSS.RI.5.6 Students will navigate four different online accounts related to the story of Ruby Bridges attending an all-white school in Louisiana in 1960, and analyze the similarities and differences between each account of the event. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from mu
Point of View: This product provides students with both literary and informational texts, aligned to reading and social studies standards. Written from multiple perspectives and with different authors' purposes in mind students explore the Social Studies curriculum while learning and practicing the
CCSS.RI.5.6 This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of the Lost Roanoke Colony, and find similarities and differences among the documents. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (a firsthand account journal, a video doc
CCSS.RI.5.6If you are looking for a meaningful way to integrate Thanksgiving into your curriculum, then this activity is a must!This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of the first Thanksgiving, and find similarities and differences among the sources/documents.
CCSS.RI.5.6 With this webquest, students will navigate four different online accounts related to the Salem Witch Trials, and analyze the similarities and differences between each account of the event. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (court testimony,
CCSS.RI.5.6 This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of the Boston Massacre, and find similarities and differences amongst the sources/documents. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (eyewitness accounts of the event,
CCSS.RI.5.6 This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of Paul Revere's famous ride, and find similarities and differences amongst the sources/documents. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (primary sources of the event
CCSS.RI.5.6This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, and find similarities and differences amongst the accounts. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (newspaper article, video, and ot
CCSS.RI.5.6 This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of the assassination of John F. Kennedy and find similarities and differences amongst the accounts. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (a video, a journal sources,
CCSS.RI.5.6 This is a webquest activity that has students navigate four different online accounts related to women’s suffrage, and analyze the similarities and differences between each account of the event. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (firsthand ac
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CCSS.RI.5.6 With this webquest, students will navigate four different online accounts related to life in the Jamestown colony, and analyze the similarities and differences between each account of the event. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (firsthand ac
CCSS.RI.5.6This is a webquest activity that has students navigate four different online accounts related to the attacks of September 11, 2001, and analyze the similarities and differences between each account of the event. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple source
Author's point of view shapes the content and style of a text. This resource will help students and teachers analyze multiple account of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent. These resources are directly aligned with 4th, 5th, a
CCSS.RI.5.6, CCSS.W.5.2.A-EThis is a webquest activity that has students analyze six different accounts of the accomplishments of Mae Jemison, and find similarities and differences among the accounts. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (videos, articles, in
CCSS.RI.5.6, CCSS.W.5.2.A-EThis is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of Groundhog Day, and find similarities and differences among the accounts. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (videos, articles, etc.).Students will de
This is an introduction lesson for analyzing multiple accounts of the same topic. This 19 slide lesson features the interactive, FREE Google Add-On Pear Deck. The add-on is amazing and allows your students to interact with your lesson while you present the slides. I have embedded questions within
CCSS.RI.5.6, CCSS.W.5.2.A-EThis is a webquest activity that has students analyze six different accounts of American Revolution heroines Molly Pitcher (Mary Ludwig Hays) and Captain Molly (Margaret Corbin), and find similarities and differences among the accounts. The accounts of this event are in a
CCSS.RI.5.6 This is a webquest activity that has students analyze four different accounts of the customs and traditions of the Dia de los Muertos holiday, and find similarities and differences among the accounts. The accounts of this event are in a variety of formats, from multiple sources (video

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