Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)

Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
Current Event Templates (Printable & Digital)
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Common Core Standards
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5 different Common Core aligned current event templates are included with this product. Each current event template focuses on a different reading comprehension skill (Main Idea & Details, Text Connections, Vocabulary in Context, Fact vs. Opinion, and Summarizing). ***Printable PDF AND Google Drive Templates Included!***

This resource can be completed on paper or online with laptops, Chromebooks, tablets, or any device that supports Google Drive. The included Teacher's Guide includes access to the link that will allow you to make your own copy of the resource for use in Google Classroom/Google Drive.

CURRENT EVENT TEMPLATE TYPES:

• Main Ideas and Supporting Details: In order to reinforce the ability to locate the central idea and particular details when reading informational text, students record the main idea and supporting details presented in the news article.

• Text Connections: Students demonstrate their ability to integrate information by establishing three different types of connections with the text. Connecting the article to the self, other texts, and the world will reinforce student understanding of the information.

• Vocabulary in Context: Students begin by locating three new words in the text. For each new word, students include the definition, a picture, and an original sentence in the matrix provided. Next, students show their understanding of the text by inserting a picture to represent the main idea.

• Fact vs. Opinion: Students distinguish between the facts and opinions presented in the text. Beginning with the concrete evidence, students record five different facts. In order to show their understanding of opinion, students record their personal opinion of the article in the space provided.

• Summarizing: First, students record the 5Ws (who, what, when, where, and why) presented in the text. Next, students use the information obtained from the 5Ws to write a concise summary of the news article.

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ADDITIONAL LITERACY IN FOCUS RESOURCES:
Novel Pre-Reading Stations- Get your students up, moving, and interested in your next class novel!
Reading Response Logs with Sentence Starters (Printable and Digital)
Reading Literature Task Cards- Works With Any Text!
Nonfiction Task Cards- Analyze Nonfiction With Task Cards!

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