Informative text on William B. Travis, Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie, Susanna Dickinson and Juan Seguin, will help students better understand the roles each hero played at the Battle of the Alamo and in theTexas Revolution. This BUNDLED product includes 1 biography of each hero, 10 reading comprehension questions and a reflection page for fast finishers / enrichment (for each passage). Questions are formatted much like those on the 4th Grade STAAR Reading Test.
These reading passages can be purchased separately by following the links below.
✏️ Included / Per Reading Passage
2 Page Biography
10 Comprehension Questions
1 Reflection Page
1 Student Answer Document
1 Teacher Answer Key
✏️ Intended Audience
4th - 5th Grade
3rd Grade Advanced Reader
6th Grade Needing Extra Assistance in Reading
✏️ Sample Question
Which sentence does the author use to suggest that Juan Seguin was not a traitor and loved Texas?
a. Seguin and most of the Tejanos evacuated the city.
b. He fled to Mexico with his family but returned to Texas as part of the Mexican
army in which he then served for six years.
c. After the war ended, Seguin returned to his homeland, Texas, and settled in
Wilson County where he ranched, became involved in local politics, and
wrote his memoirs.
d. On August 27, 1890, he died at the age of 83.
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Juan Seguin Reading Comprehension
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Susanna Dickinson Reading Comprehension
William B. Travis Reading Comprehension
Davy Crockett Reading Comprehension