A Full School Year (Daily Common Core Reading) Grade 3

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This ultimate Common Core reading document provides 200 (40 weeks) of different, daily passages for a full year of quick and convenient Common Core practice. The questions are text dependent and include multiple choice, close reading, and short written response question varieties. Use them as morning bell work when students first enter the classroom, or use them as nightly Common Core homework.

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

The document covers all of the Common Core Literature and Informational Text Standards. Even better, many of the standards repeat across the weeks to provide steady Common Core review.

Questions are written at different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy to help students deeply understand each standard. Wording from the Common Core Standards is also included in the questions to help students become more familiar with the standards and what they expect.

Inference, character analysis, theme of a text, details, vocabulary, main idea, summarizing, text structure, author's purpose, and more reading topics are covered.

The informational text passages cover relevant topics that are commonly taught at third grade level. Each week is thematic, so students are able to learn about one topic at a time in-depth. This is a fantastic way to integrate social studies and science with reading.

The literature portion includes passages that cover topics and themes that are common in literature.

The document includes passages that are written with the same techniques as award winning novels and classic literature to provide authentic practice.

Many of the standards repeat across the weeks to provide a steady review. This is perfect because students can review a variety of comprehension skills in small, manageable doses.

*******What Makes This Document Unique?********

Many of the Common Core Standards are different across grade levels. This document addresses the Grade 3 Common Core Standards to provide RELEVANT and targeted practice.

Informational text, realistic fiction, poetry, historical fiction, plays, fantasy, folktales, and high-action adventure passages are included so that students get balanced practice and learn Common Core with genres that they love.

(If you have already purchased Daily Common Core, this is the same document combined.)

Some of the topics and genres include:

Plants

Penguins

Meerkats

The Arctic and Antarctica

The Great Barrier Reef

Folktales

Realistic Fiction

Historical Fiction

Plays

Poetry

Animal Adaptations

Lewis and Clark

Rocks and Minerals

And More!

All of the Common Core Literature and Informational Text Standards are Included. Here is a snapshot of what is covered in just a few of the weeks:

This week covers:

Week 26: Informational Text (Meerkats)

Standards Covered Include:

RI.1 Ask and Answer Questions

RI.1 Inferences (Part of the Standard)

RI.4 Vocabulary

RI.5 Text Features and Search Tools

RI.8 Logical Connections

RI.9 Compare and Contrast Texts

Week 27: Literature (Realistic Fiction &

Fable)

Standards Covered Include:

RL.1 Ask and Answer Questions

RL.1 Inference

RL.2 Theme

RL.3 Character Analysis

Week 28: Literature (Realistic Fiction &

Fantasy )

Standards Covered Include:

RL.1 Ask and Answer Questions

RL.1 Inference

RL.2 Theme

RL.3 Character Analysis

RL.4 Vocabulary

RL.5 Text Organization (Part of the Standard)

RL.6 Point of View

Week 29: Informational Text (Droughts)

Standards Covered Include:

RI.1 Details

RI.1 Inferences (Part of the Standard)

RI.3 Cause and Effect

RI.4 Vocabulary

RI.7 Illustrations

Week 30: Informational Text (Chickens)

Standards Covered Include:

RI.1 Details

RI.3 Cause and Effect

RI.4 Vocabulary

Week 31: Literature (Realistic Fiction &Historical Fiction )

Standards Covered Include:

RL.2 Theme

RL.3 Character Analysis

RL.4 Vocabulary

RL.5 Text Structure

RL.6 Point of View

RL.7 Illustrations

RL.9 Compare Themes

Week 32: Informational Text (Penguins)

Standards Covered Include:

RI.1 Ask and Answer Questions

RI.1 Details

RI. 2 Main Idea

RI.3 Cause and Effect

RI.10 Text Complexity

Week 33: Literature (Realistic Fiction)

Standards Covered Include:

RL.1 Details

RL.1 Ask and Answer Questions

RL.2 Theme

RL.3 Character Analysis

RL.9 Compare and Contrast Themes

Week 34: Informational Text (Butterfly Facts)

Standards Covered Include:

RI.1 Details

RI.2 Summarize

RI.1 Inference (Part of the Standard)

RI.3 Cause and Effect

Week 35: Informational Text (Honeybees)

Standards Covered Include:

RI.1 Ask and Answer Questions

RI.1 Details

RI.1 Inference (Part of the Standard)

RI.2 Summarize

RI.3 Cause and Effect

RI.9 Compare and Contrast Texts

RI.10 Text Complexity

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190 pages
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Standards

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By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at the high end of the grades 2–3 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
Compare and contrast the most important points and key details presented in two texts on the same topic.
Describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in a text (e.g., comparison, cause/effect, first/second/third in a sequence).
Use information gained from illustrations (e.g., maps, photographs) and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text (e.g., where, when, why, and how key events occur).
Distinguish their own point of view from that of the author of a text.

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