Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)

Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
Lesson Pack for RI.5.6 (Analyze Multiple Accounts of a Topic)
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  1. This product contains several resources to help you teach engaging lessons for all 10 CCSS ELA Reading Informational Text (RI) standards for 5th grade. **** All lesson packs contain the following resources:Lesson Progression Suggestions about how you can use these resources to teach an engaging les
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This product contains several resources to help you teach, review, and assess CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.5.6.

RI.5.6 says students should, "Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent."

This product contains the following resources:

Lesson Progression
Suggestions about how you can use these resources to teach an engaging lesson on RI.5.6.

Informational Passages #1 and #2
Two passages about game 7 of the 2016 pro basketball championship between Cleveland and Golden State. One is written by a Cleveland fan. The other is written by a Golden State fan. They are 612 words and 676 words. They are written at a fifth-grade reading level.

Venn Diagram
Students must compare and contrast the way a Cleveland fan wrote about the game with the way a Golden State fan described the game.

Writing Prompt
Students are asked to write a response to passages 1 and 2. It requires them to analyze the differences in the way each author described the game.

Quiz Over Passages 1 and 2
Includes 3 multiple-choice questions and 2 short-answer questions. All questions correlate to RI.5.6. Questions are written to match the rigor of the standard while not being confusing for students.

The following are provided as bonus resources to help you assess or reteach RI.5.6:

Informational Passages #3 and #4
Two passages about the college football championship between Clemson and Alabama played in January 2017 (the one Clemson won). One is written by an Alabama fan. The other is written by a Clemson fan. They are 596 words and 679 words. They are written at a fifth-grade reading level.

Quiz Over Passages 3 and 4
Includes three multiple-choice questions and two short-answer questions. All questions correlate to RI.5.6. Questions are written to match the rigor of the standard while not being confusing for students.

An answer key is included for both quizzes and the Venn Diagram.

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In addition to these paper resources, the passages are also available in Google Slides. The quizzes are also available in Google Forms. The third page of this file contains links to make copies of those resources to your Google Drive if you want. If not, you can just print the resources from the PDF file.

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