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This Common Core Practice Test Packet contains 18 reading comprehension QUESTIONS and ANSWERS, which focus on the Common Core standards and are modeled after various state exams and assessments. My goal is for test prep to become a natural and easy part of the curriculum, instead of something else you have to create. Give yourself a breath of fresh air with this NO PREP curriculum that integrates test prep within the teaching of literature.
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Types of Questions:
Two Part Question
One of the things I struggle with the most is preparing my students for all kinds of exams that they will encounter. With this EASY-TO-TEACH reading comprehension packet, you can practice with your students, so they will feel more confident analyzing texts for theme/central idea, words/phrases, citing evidence, structure, author's claims, and author's purpose. They are great for pull-outs, push-ins, whole groups, small groups, or sub plans.
This product includes the following:
A copy of Elizabeth Cady Stanton's "Declaration of Sentiments"
18 Common Core Style Questions and Answers for teaching purposes
Answer Key and Explanations for ALL answers
18 Question Multiple Choice Test Option with Answer Key
Detailed Step-By-Step Lesson Plan (2-4 days)
Reading Activities: 1-Sentence Summary, Rhetorical Devices Chart, and Reading Questions
1 Short Response Question with Sample/Rubric
Standards: Central Idea/Theme, Words/Phrases, Citing Evidence, Author's Claims, Author's Purpose, Development, Validity, and Structure
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Strategies that could be used during or after reading (but are NOT a part of this pack) 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.