Fiction Reading Passages and Questions with Google Slides Version

Amy Haselden
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Fiction texts with critical thinking questions make your students read and think through their responses using reading comprehension passages with comprehension questions in printable and digital formats. Bloom’s Taxonomy and original stories are used as a framework to teach my students higher-order thinking skills.

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Recent feedback from a buyer:

"I am using these with my fourth grade boys who are below grade level readers. They get so excited to find out what we are reading about each day."

The stories are:

1. Loch Ness Monster

2. Pegasus

3. Aladdin's Lamp

4. The Kraken

5. Dragon

6. Mermaid

7. Griffin

8. Centaur

9. Kelpie

10. Phoenix

11. Troll

12. Hydra

13. Cyclops

14. Medusa

15. Minotaur

16. Sphinx

17. Pixie

18. Werewolf

19. Unicorn

20. Yeti

Step 1 Remembering : main idea-- The student has to answer 3 questions, from these three questions they will be able to tell you the main idea of the story by creating a phrase about the story based on the answers.

Step 2 Understanding details--will help your students learn how to describe 3 main details about the story.

Step 3 Applying--begins the higher level questioning, but the answers are still in the reading material.

Step 4 Analyzing--has the student identify a sequence or list of components that make up the story.

Step 5 Evaluating--uses a lot of inferring or predicting to answer the questions.

Step 6 Creating--has the student think about the topic in a new way or create a plan.

Step 7 Your Opinion--will have unique answers from each student for independent thinking.

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Main Idea for Beginners

Main Idea for Beginning Readers Step 2

Summarizing and Sequencing Paragraphs Print and Go!

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