Dracula Inference Passage
Get students practicing close reading and making inferences with a fun short story. Students will read a 2-pg excerpt from Dracula by Bram Stoker, stopping at the stop signs to answer inference and evidence-based questions. Questions ask students to make inferences, support inferences with evidence, make predictions, and infer the meaning of vocabulary words using context clues.
Use for independent practice, extra practice, homework, remediation, stations, or subwork. Answer key included. Great for Halloween as well!
This product includes:
•2 page short story
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Product last updated 7/16/16