In this 6th set of Drawing Conclusions Task Cards, we teach a critical reading comprehension skill and science concepts at the same time! There are 24 scaffolded questions for test prep and reading practice.
12 Expository paragraphs with graphics include open-ended questions that focus on facts and details. Each card also includes multiple-choice questions that build on the open-ended question. Drawing Conclusion question stems include:
--Which conclusion is best supported by the details in this paragraph?
--This paragraph helps the reader know -
--From the paragraph, the reader can tell -
--Which conclusion is not supported by the details in this paragraph?
--Which detail best supports the idea that energy can be saved and used later?
--Which phrase best supports the idea that energy can change forms?
--The details in this paragraph help the reader know that electricity…
--Which sentence from the paragraph shows that speed is has an effect on energy?
12 Half-page task cards for individuals or stations
12 Full-page versions for projecting, small group, and scoot
Front and back student answer page
Half-page student answer page
Answer key for multiple choice answers
This set of task cards is included in Drawing Conclusions Task Card Bundle 2.
Other drawing conclusions task cards by TeamTom:
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #1 STAAR Prep
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #2 Harriet Tubman
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #3 Informational Texts
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #4 Properties of Matter
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #5 Matter
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #6 Energy
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #7 Rosa Parks
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #8 Martin Luther King Jr.
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #9 Jackie Robison