Paired Passages Activities and Reading Centers
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Do you need some engaging and low prep reading activities and centers for paired passages? This resource includes 8 paired passages reading activities/centers.
•Five of the paired passage centers include a game board with eleven questions each.
•Three of the reading centers include questions on task cards.
For both types of paired passages activities, there are questions for each individual text and then paired text questions. The questions are labeled according to which texts are needed to answer them.
Both types of centers include answer keys with example answers.
Center 1 - Fiction and Fiction
Center 2 - Fiction and Fiction
Center 3 - Fiction and Fiction
Center 4 - Poem and Nonfiction
Center 5 - Nonfiction and Nonfiction
Center 6 - Fiction and Nonfiction
Center 7 - Fiction and Nonfiction
Center 8 - Fiction and Nonfiction.
Print out the paired passages, and give them to the students at the beginning of the week. Have the students read the passages prior to going to the reading center. Then when they come to the reading center, they are ready to play the “game” or answer the questions. The passages could even be read as a whole group or sent home for homework.
This option works well if the students will have a chance to go to the center three times a week. On the first day or two, students will read the two passages and discuss them. On the second or third days, the students will “play” the game or answer the questions on the task cards.
I have also included several options for how the students will play the game for you to choose from. You can check these out as well as a closer look at the centers in the preview file.
The digital reading games are designed for use with Google Slides (or downloaded as a Powerpoint from Google Drive).
Recording sheets are also available in the digital version. For answer keys, refer to the PDF.
See pages 4-5 of the PDF for the details and links to the digital versions.