Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions

Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Fiction Close Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
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I have used close reading texts with my own fifth graders to promote more meaningful interactions with text. I purposefully wrote these texts to be high-interest and short so that the students would be motivated to read the text multiple times. The follow-up activities have gotten my students to go back to the text and dig deeper.

How are my close reading texts unique?
★ Original, high-interest, and short stories coauthored by me
★ Discreetly differentiated into three levels of difficulty in the 4th-5th grade band to address a range of student abilities
★ Variety of engaging follow-up activities that require students to dig deeper into the stories

Perfect for:
★ Whole group
★ Guided reading
★ ELA centers
★ Homework

What is included?
★ Overview of close reading
★ Lesson plan pacing guides for whole group, small group, and homework options
★ Three levels of passages, second and third reading activities, writing response, and answer keys for each topic
★ Five-question assessments for test prep or alternative assignments
★ Bonus compare and contrast graphic organizers to compare characters and events between stories

Stories Included:
★ Where’s My Chicken? – A kid’s Chinese food mysteriously transforms into something else. Skills: plot elements, genre, context clues, descriptive writing
★ A Snake in the Grass – A snake deals with his fear of outside with a friend’s help. Skills: plot elements, theme, alliteration, creative writing
★ In the House of Diddle – Friends figure out how to find Spoon after she runs away. Skills: plot elements, theme, author’s word choice, creative writing
★ A Smelly Surprise – A kid’s family drags him along on a mysterious Saturday road trip. Skills: plot elements, theme, context clues, point of view writing
★ Vacation – A dad takes his technology-obsessed sons on a vacation. Skills: plot elements, theme, context clues, opinion writing

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