Compare & Contrast Two or More Characters, Settings, & Events 5.3

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These task cards teach and review Common Core Standard RL.5.3, plus the document comes with a printable box for storage. This standard requires fifth grade students to be able to compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events. The document contains 25 task cards that contain reading passages that cover realistic fiction, historical fiction, poetry, and plays to help students apply reading strategies and comprehension skills while reading a variety of genres. These task cards are written at different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy to help students analyze and comprehend text.

The document is self-teaching and comes with a printable box. Hand each guided group a printable box of task cards to review Common Core Standard RL.5.3, or send home a box with a student that needs extra review.

The document includes:
25 Task Cards
A Printable Box
A Student Recording Form
An Answer Key

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****Additional Task Cards Include****

Click Here To Access The Grade 5 Common Core Activity Cards Bundle

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Click Here To Access Grade 5 Common Core Word Meaning Activity Cards RL.5.4 and RI.5.4

Click Here To Access Grade 5 Common Core Text Structure Activity Cards RL.5.5 and RI.5.5

Click Here To Access Grade 5 Point of View Common Core Activity Cards RL.5.6 and RI.5.6

Click Here To Access Theme & Integrate Texts Grade 5 Common Core RL.5.9 and RI.5.9
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., how characters interact).


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