Informational Reading Passage - Harriet Tubman on the Twenty Dollar Bill

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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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Informational Reading Passage – Harriet Tubman on the Twenty Dollar Bill

This packet includes an informational article about how the $20 bill will be redesigned to feature Harriet Tubman. Students will read about the history of women on U.S. Currency and future plans for more.

After a close reading of the article, students will answer questions on main ideas, reading comprehension, and vocabulary. A coordinating creative writing prompt will help develop critical thinking skills on the topic.

The reading level is sixth and seventh grade. It is in the Lexile stretch band for fifth grade and the basic level for eighth grade.

No prep! Just print and go. Great for substitutes.

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Informational Reading Passage - Harriet Tubman on the Twen
Informational Reading Passage - Harriet Tubman on the Twen
Informational Reading Passage - Harriet Tubman on the Twen
Informational Reading Passage - Harriet Tubman on the Twen