Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)

Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
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Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
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Product Description
These making inferences task cards focus on inferring the meaning of figurative language, sensory language, and imagery. There are 20 total task cards, 14 are STAAR-aligned multiple-choice questions, and 6 are structured response to build author's craft with figurative language.

Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language) Includes:
-20 Task Cards in two different formats (mini-cards, half-page cards)
- 14 Multiple-choice + 6 Structured Response
- Inferring the meaning of sensory language, imagery, and figurative language.
-Structured Response make a writing connection by asking students to write synonymous figurative language for a text.
-Answer Key for Multiple-choice

Multiple-Choice Question Stems:
-What does the author say when [figurative language]?
-Which phrase helps the reader visualize __ ?
-Why did the author include sensory language?

Common Core Alignment
Cards 1-12 = CCSS.RL.3.1, 4.1, 5.1
Cards 10, 12 = CCSS.RL. 4.8, 5.8

New 2018 TEKS Alignment
TEKS 3.6F, 4.6F, 5.6F; 3.10D, 4.10D, 5.10D

Reading Levels
ATOS Reading Level: 4.5
Lexile: 800L-900L
DRA: 40

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More Making Inferences Task Cards
Making Inferences Task Cards 1 (STAAR)
Making Inferences Task Cards 2 (STAAR Author's Purpose)
Making Inferences Task Cards 3 (STAAR)
BUNDLE OF SETS 1-3: Making Inferences Task Card Bundle 1
Making Inferences Task Cards 4 (STAAR Making Predictions)
Making Inferences Task Cards 5 (Character Analysis)
Making Inferences Task Cards 6 (STAAR Informational)
BUNDLE OF SETS 4-6: Making Inferences Task Card Bundle 2
Making Inferences Task Cards 7 (Character Analysis)
Making Inferences Task Cards 8 (STAAR Literary Nonfiction)
Making Inferences Task Cards 9 (Figurative Language)
Total Pages
21 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
2 days
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