Printable AND Paperless - 3 Original Grade 4 leveled Informational and Literature reading passages and close reading activities perfectly aligned to the Common Core Informational AND Literature Reading Standards to develop text evidence comprehension skills.
The Roll of the Dice (narrative poem with 9 close reading activities and answers)
The Case of the Missing Mystery (narrative mystery with 11 close reading activities and answers)
The History of the Empire State Building (informational with 10 close reading activities and answers)
This product is Print and Go AND Google Paperless. Teachers can simply print the copies, or use the easy Google Docs link for paperless testing. Both versions are included with your purchase.
A Reading Skills Poster Set for Bulletin Boards - Language Arts Skills - is also included at no extra charge.
Use as mock practice tests, or break up the bundle as separate test prep materials.
Why am I qualified to write these passages, writing prompts, and Common-Core aligned questions? Not only have I worked as a Language Arts Teacher for 30 years with a Highly Qualified Status, but I also have spent the last 15 years writing state and national assessments, such as the SATs, ACTs, and individual state assessments that align with the Common-Core standards. This includes grading, item writing, and passage writing for these assessments.
Excellent for ELA Reading test prep.
Helpful for: AIMS CST CAT CSAP FCAT SSI CRCT EOCT GHSGT GAA IES TERRA NOVA HSA ISAT ITBS ISAT IST CCSS CAS MEA MSA MCAS MEAP ELL MCAII MCT NESA NECAP NJASK PSSA NECAP PASS STEP TCAP TAKS SDAAII HSPE WESTEST WKCE WKCE PAWS LEAP AIMS CSAP FCAT NAEP ISAT MEAP NJASK ELA Common Core NECAP STEP TCAP MSP WKCE PAWS CCSS CCSS PARCC, AHSGE ARMT HSGQE SBA AMP AIMS AZELLA NAEP CMAS CAPT CMT CAPT CMT DCAS CRCT EOCT GHSGT GAA HAS HSAA I-SAT ISAT PSAE I-STEP+ ITED CATS MEA MEAP MME M-STEP MFLE MCT MAP MontCAS NPEP NECAP GEPA HSPA NMSBA NMAPA Regents NYSE EOCs OCCT OAKS PASA PASS HSAP
This product is perfect for class-wide close reading, assessments, guided reading groups, or even homework. Your students must refer to the text and cite textual evidence of their understanding. It is the next step after a 3rd Grade Close Reading program.
4th Grade Close Reading Activities