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Citing Evidence WHO WOULD WIN? Nonfiction Response BUNDLE DISTANCE LEARNING

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3rd - 4th, Homeschool
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    LINKS to GOOGLE SLIDES VERSIONS.

    Description

    Give your students practice locating information and citing evidence in their nonfiction reading. Your students will use text features to find the information they seek.

    NOW INCLUDES GOOGLE SLIDES VERSIONS!

    SELF-GUIDED WITH FULL-COLOR PHOTO ILLUSTRATIONS!

    Great for at-home learning, small-group, literacy centers, or individual seatwork.

    TRY ONE FOR FREE!

    Who Would Win Hammerhead vs. Bull Shark BONUS PACK is FREE. Check it out!

    This FREE SAMPLE from the WHO WOULD WIN BUNDLE will give you a chance to TRY BEFORE YOU BUY!

    Provide accountability in your supported independent reading time! Students read independently, then respond to what they read. Each answer must be supported with a page number citation! You will know your students are reading.

    As they read each text, they complete the reading response page. and the reading record sheet.

    Answers can be self-checked using the answer keys, or you can check to see how they are doing.

    Your students will love the chance to read these colorful, informative nonfiction texts.

    Collect the entire series of 23! FIND THE BOOKS HERE.

    PLEASE NOTE!! TEXTS REQUIRED!!.

    For use with “WHO WOULD WIN?” series nonfiction readers by Jerry Pallotta/Scholastic. THIS ACTIVITY CANNOT STAND ALONE WITHOUT THE TEXTS, which can be purchased through the author’s website (https://jerrypallotta.com) or Scholastic.com.

    Targeted for 3rd & 4th grades, these Nonfiction Readers and the Read-and-Respond/Citing Evidence pages can also be used with select groups of readers in 2nd and 5th.

    The difficulty level of the questions and responses is moderately easy. The majority are simple search-and-find literal answers. Most are restated using the exact same language as the text, with a few questions designed to stretch readers to the next level. When possible, questions are structured to encourage use of text features when locating information.

    Featured skills include:

    Locating and citing evidence

    •Using text features to locate information

    Reading Practice: Independent reading: informational texts

    Accountability: Independent reading: informational texts

    •Building Background Knowledge: nonfiction: science, social studies

    Included in each 22-page PRINT FILE are:

    • LINKS TO 2 GOOGLE SLIDE FILES!! for EACH TITLE - 46 FILES TOTAL
    • 2 one-page (front and back) response sheets
    • Each response sheet is one page containing 5 questions and 5 citations (10 answers total.)
    • The second response sheet for each book is offered as
      • extension
      • an individual or small-group reteach activity
      • for students who want to read the book twice and get credit for each reading
      • extra credit for those who enjoy reading nonfiction and citing evidence
    • 2 one-page (front and back) answer keys
    • TIPS on how to locate information.
    • Reading record sheet to record the books read; box for student scores included.
    • Nonfiction Readers Info
    • Recommended Reading
    • Nonfiction Poster
    • 6 “I CAN” Statements Strips

    PLUS:

    THESE TITLES ARE INCLUDED:

    WHO WOULD WIN? Alligator vs. Python

    WHO WOULD WIN? Falcon vs. Hawk

    WHO WOULD WIN? Green Ants vs. Army Ants

    WHO WOULD WIN? Hammerhead vs. Bull Shark

    WHO WOULD WIN? Hornet vs. Wasp

    WHO WOULD WIN? Hyena vs. Honey Badger

    WHO WOULD WIN? Jaguar vs. Skunk

    WHO WOULD WIN? Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark

    WHO WOULD WIN? Komodo Dragon vs. King Cobra

    WHO WOULD WIN? Lion vs. Tiger

    WHO WOULD WIN? Lobster vs. Crab

    WHO WOULD WIN? Polar Bear vs. Grizzly Bear

    WHO WOULD WIN? Rattlesnake vs. Secretary Bird

    WHO WOULD WIN? Rhino vs. Hippo

    WHO WOULD WIN? Tarantula vs. Scorpion

    WHO WOULD WIN? Triceratops vs. Spinosaurus

    WHO WOULD WIN? Tyrannosaurus vs. Velociraptor

    WHO WOULD WIN? Whale vs. Giant Squid

    WHO WOULD WIN? Wolverine vs. Tasmanian Devil

    WHO WOULD WIN? Ultimate Bug Rumble

    WHO WOULD WIN? Ultimate Dinosaur Rumble

    WHO WOULD WIN? Ultimate Jungle Rumble

    WHO WOULD WIN? Ultimate Ocean Rumble

    ★Find this series at Scholastic.com and jerrypallotta.com

    ★Book Cover thumbnails used by permission of Scholastic, Inc. and author Jerry Pallotta.

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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    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 4–5 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
    Draw on information from multiple print or digital sources, demonstrating the ability to locate an answer to a question quickly or to solve a problem efficiently.
    Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
    By the end of year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.
    Determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in a text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.

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