Help students practice the skill of using story details to draw conclusions
with this detailed 3-day mini-unit. This resource includes drawing conclusion passages, engaging worksheets, and graphic organizers to help students draw conclusions while reading.
Filled with hands-on learning activities, practice reading passages, and direct instruction guides, it’s the perfect resource to help students hone their critical thinking skills. Through creative activities like a Suitcase Investigation, “Draw” a conclusion activity, and Group Puzzle exercise, students will become actively involved in their learning. Direct instruction on how to draw conclusions using textual evidence further develops students’ reading comprehension skills. Five original reading passages also help students master the skill of drawing conclusions. This mini-unit not only engages students in their learning, but also helps them truly develop this critical reading comprehension skill.
This detailed Drawing Conclusions Mini-Unit includes:
• 3 Detailed Daily Lesson Plans
• “Where did they go?” worksheet
• 6 Travel Clue Cards
• “DRAW” a Conclusion activity
• 3 sets of detail puzzle pieces
• Guided Notes
• 3 Short Practice Passages
• Question Stems Graphic Organizer
• Fact and Opinion Table Sort
• Reading Passage with Support Practice
• Nonfiction Passage and Questions
• Writing Activity
• Partner Response for Drawing Conclusions
Drawing Conclusions Mini-Unit Keys:
- All keys for student work and instruction
This unit is also included in BUNDLES
. You can check them out here:
--- Reading Comprehension Skills - Mini-Unit Bundle!
Drawing Conclusions, Author's Purpose, and Fact & Opinion
---Reading Comprehension Skills - MEGA BUNDLE!
9 Mini-Units! Making Inferences, Finding the Main Idea, Predicting, Context Clues, Sequencing, Cause and Effect, Drawing Conclusions, Fact & Opinion and Author’s Purpose
--- Reading Comprehension Skills - ULTIMATE BUNDLE - 12 Mini-Units!
Making Inferences, Finding the Main Idea, Predicting, Context Clues, Sequencing, Cause and Effect, Drawing Conclusions, Fact & Opinion, Author's Purpose, Summarizing, Point of View, and Compare & Contrast
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