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This Common Core ELA Reading Test Prep Lesson BUNDLE prepares students for state reading comprehension exams and assessments (with informational texts, literary texts, and paired passages). It includes 80 EASY-TO-TEACH Lessons with Activities and Common Core Style Test Prep QUESTIONS and ANSWERS. Give yourself a breath of fresh air with this NO PREP curriculum that integrates test prep within the teaching of literature.
Types of Questions:
Two Part Questions
Order of Events
It includes 20 different passages from the following texts:
Lafcadio Hearn's Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan
Sir Robert S. Ball's "Great Astronomers: Isaac Newton"
Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden
Jack London's White Fang
Jack London's "The Road"
Ezra Meeker's "Leaving the Home Nest for Iowa"
Ezra Meeker's "Taking the Trail for Oregon"
Sir Robert S. Ball's "Great Astronomers: Galileo Galilei"
Mark Twain's "Life on the Mississippi"
Mark Twain's "Roughing It"
2 original nonfiction narratives "Hardware" and "Roller Skating"
4 SETS of PAIRED PASSAGES
This BUNDLE would be great for WHOLE GROUP Lessons, SMALL GROUP instruction, PULL-OUTS, PUSH-INS, ROTATIONS, and SUBSTITUTE plans. All texts/images are either original works or PUBLIC DOMAIN. The texts are pretty accessible, so the lessons could be used for 6th-10th graders with or without teacher guidance, depending on the amount of differentiation needed for each student. Each lesson takes about 45-90 minutes a day for 80 days, depending on the goals for each lesson.
This BUNDLE includes the following:
Daily Reading Activities that prepare students for various state exams
2-11 Common Core Style Questions and Answers Per Day (325 Total)
64 Short Response Questions and Examples (2-5 per pack)
Multiple Choice Quiz Option for EACH Pack (For a total of 16 Quizzes)
Answer Keys with Teacher Worksheets
Explanations for Answers
Suggested Lesson Plan Outline/Detailed Plans
Tips for Writing the Short Responses
(8 Texts) RL: Citing Evidence, Theme, Words/Phrases, Structure, and
(12 Texts) RI: Citing Evidence, Central Idea, Words/Phrases, Structure, and
Strategies that could be used during or after reading are SOAPSTone (Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Subject, and Tone), SBAC (Scan, Brainstorm, Analyze, Confirm), SPAUTS (Speaker, Purpose, Audience, Universal Idea, Theme, Strategies), FSA (Firm Up Your Ideas, State Your Reasons, Assess the Truth), ACE (Answer, Cite, Explain), etc.