There are 2 sets of questions in this packet. The older version is in the folder labeled 601-620. The newer version is in the folder labeled 601 -625.. Passages are NOT included in this product. So whether you have access to the older version of 6 minute solution or the newer version these questions will help you monitor your students comprehension while reading complex non-fiction text. Passages can be located on the internet.
These were developed in order to work on comprehension with the 6 minute solution materials that we were having our students read for Homework. This is a great way to differentiate for the wide range of abilities in a classroom. Repeated reading is a great way to build fluency. We wanted more bang for our buck and decided to work on the comprehension at the same time. We use it in our 3rd grade classes for students reading at a 6th grade level. We strategically teach them how to refer to the text and underline details. Our Title 1 and LAP teachers love it and use it for progress monitoring in their groups.
You must already have the intermediate Version of 6 Minute Solution in order to use these materials.
If your want to take a peek there is a preview version of the 600 level.
Main Idea and Details
Answering Questions using evidence from text
Cause and Effect
Compare and contrast
Writing an article using evidence from the text
After enjoying the free sample please check out the full set of comprehension questions. Below are links to all the full bundles I currently offer.
Comprehension Questions for 1st Grade Level Primary 6 minute solution passages
Comprehension Questions for 2nd Grade Level Primary 6 minute solution passages
Comprehension Questions for 3rd Grade Level Primary 6 minute solution passages
Comprehension Questions for 4th Grade Level Intermediate 6 minute solution passages
Comprehension Questions for 5th Grade Level Intermediate 6 minute solution passages
All 6 Levels Bundled Together
Bundle of 100 to 500 Level Comprehension Questions for 6 minute solution passages
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