RIT Band Instruction: Differentiation ~ Literature & Informational Text(161-170)

Marcy Moore
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Does your school utilize the MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) assessment? Do you use DesCartes to help differentiate your instruction to create meaningful RIT band lessons? If so, you will love this RIT band specific differentiation menu. Using a Race-Track format, students can choose activities to complete to extend lessons that you teach during RBI time, or for additional practice at an independent center after the skills are introduced in a whole-group lesson. Once the students have made it to the finish line by completing activities pertaining to Literature and Informational text, reward them for their hard work.

Skills in this Packet include:
* Identifying details / non details from a passage
* Inferring the topic of a book by its title
* Identifying the parts of a book
* Inferring the main idea of advertisements
* Picking out the key ideas of a main topic
* Locating details in short stories
* Comparing and Contrasting
* Inferring details
* Locating text features
* Interpreting large print in texts
* Interpreting information from a diagram
* Sorting Fiction and Non/Fiction Book Titles
* Identifying the setting from a picture
* Inferring words to complete a sentence
* Interpreting the motivation of a character's actions
* Inferring the previous event in a story sequence
* Predicting the next event in a story sequence
* Locating a detail about the plot of a story
* Matching a picture to its corresponding description
* Cause and Effect
* Onomatopoeia
* Identifying Genre of a text
* Reading Comprehension Skills
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Distinguish between information provided by pictures or other illustrations and information provided by the words in a text.
Describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.
Identify the main topic and retell key details of a text.
(Not applicable to literature)
Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events.


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