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
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 Physical 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 Bundle #1 (Sets 1-3)
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards Bundle #2 (Sets 4-6 COMING SOON)