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- Identifying the reading skill that students are struggling with is only half the battle - it’s so frustrating to search for the perfect reading comprehension passage to target your desired skill. My Fiction Reading Comprehension Passages were written intentionally to give targeted, repeated practicePrice $56.00Original Price $70.00Save $14.00
- Identifying the reading skill that students are struggling with is only half the battle - it’s so frustrating to search for the perfect reading comprehension passage to target your desired skill. My Fiction and Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Passages were written intentionally to give targeted, rePrice $105.00Original Price $140.00Save $35.00
Determining the point of view is a critical skill for readers to take their comprehension and critical thinking to the next level - but it’s a tricky skill to master! My Point of View Reading Passages are intentionally written so that the narrator’s point of view dramatically impacts the story - perfect for students to identify and analyze point of view and perspective. Students consider who they are listening to, whose head they are in, and whose eyes they are watching the story through. The questions here encourage your students to identify the type of narration and analyze how it affects the details of the story. With 3 differentiated levels for each of my 10 passages, your students will have short, targeted practice with point of view and be pros in no time!
● Reliable and ready-to-go resources to give kids more practice with point of view and perspective
● Spending less time planning your centers, guided reading, and small group instruction
● Meeting students where they are - with 3 different levels, everyone feels challenged
● 10 differentiated fiction passages
● 3 levels of differentiation per passage
● Word count and Lexile levels recorded in the top left corner of each passage
A Mix of Multiple Choice and Short Answer Questions With Tables and Graphic Organizers for Each Passage:
● Identify a narrator’s point of view (1st and 3rd person)
● Analyze different speakers’ accounts of the same event
● Analyze how a speaker’s perspective shapes the way events are described
● Explain how they (students) would describe an event to make readers feel a certain way about characters
● Explain how the author develops a point of view or perspective
Detailed Answer Keys
● Detailed exemplar responses for each question set
Digital Option for Use With Google
● Option to go 100% paperless with this resource
Ideas for Use:
● Small group instruction and intervention for struggling students
● Independent practice for a skills refresh
● Whole group instruction for a reteach or extra practice
● Guided reading rotations
● Morning work
● Summative & formative assessments
Why Teachers Like You LOVE This Resource:
“I loved using this resource to supplement a unit that had point of view as a focus when reading a class novel. Students were engaged with the text, the differentiated passages were beneficial for my low SWD and ENL students to be successful at completing the same assignment.”, -Jennifer M.
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See my blog post with free resources to teach Point of View HERE.
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