This lesson is a biography of the famous Buffalo Bill of the American Wild West (William F. Cody). The informational text about him is about two pages (8 paragraphs). The biography relates the kind of person he was, experiences he had in life, the kinds of jobs he held, and info about his famous “Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.” On 4 more pages there are15 multiple choice questions about Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody). Directions remind students to look back to the biography in order to find information that will help them answer the multiple choice questions correctly. Questions are both literal and inferential. They test a variety of reading comprehension skills: identify main ideas, locate details, identify character traits, make inferences, relate causes and effects, and draw conclusions. The 7th page is the answer key. An interesting color picture of Buffalo Bill enhances the lesson. (I only showed part of the picture in my thumbnail. It is a full picture of Bill on his beautiful horse.) By doing this lesson, your students will get practice reading nonfiction and also get better prepared for answering questions on standardized tests. I think they will also enjoy learning about Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody). The lesson is on a word document that you can easily print off and edit if that should be necessary.