Reading Comprehension CURRICULUM BUNDLE (4th Grade)

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This was an extremely thorough and well planned out resource. The directions are extremely user friendly. There was nothing the author didn't think of in planning this out. Well done!
I love this bundle! My 4th graders really enjoy the interactive read alouds! The content is very easy to differentiate for students without much extra work on my part.

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    Instructions, Pacing Guide, Standards Alignment, Book List


    This yearlong bundle includes three parts to your daily reading comprehension instruction:

    PART 1: WHOLE GROUP LESSON (Interactive Read Aloud)

    TEACH your whole group lesson with powerful Interactive Read Aloud lessons! Each lesson includes a script that goes along with a mentor text (a book I suggest that is likely found in your classroom, school, or public library). I give you interactive stopping points for every read aloud. Once you have the MENTOR TEXT suggested for each lesson, all you need to do is print and you are ready to go!

    This bundle includes 101 complete lessons that set you up for teaching reading with highly effective Interactive Read Aloud lessons. Within the download, you get the option of setting up your lessons for in-person lessons or distance learning via Google slides!

    This product can be found on its own here: Interactive Read Aloud

    PART 2: SMALL GROUP LESSON (Reading Strategy Group Bundle)

    If you have a group of students who struggled to grasp the group lesson, then FOLLOW UP with them in a small strategy group.

    These 101 strategy group lessons are perfectly ALIGNED to the Interactive Read Aloud lessons. Each small group lesson includes a warm-up activity, high interest passage (DIFFERENTIATED at three levels), and an independent accountability task. This is a growing bundle, which means that in addition to the 62 lessons already included, I am adding an additional 39 lessons over the months of November and December 2020!

    These strategy group lessons are ready to print and go!

    This product can be found on its own here: Reading Strategy Group Bundle

    PART 3: SKILL REINFORCEMENT (Differentiated Daily Quick Reads)

    These daily QUICK reads are a perfect SPIRAL REVIEW for morning work, independent reading time, or homework. You can use these activities to continually reinforce the skills you have taught with the Interactive Read Aloud and Strategy Group lessons because everything is perfectly ALIGNED!

    There are 36 weeks of reading warm-ups included (DIFFERENTIATED at three levels), which is enough for every day of a regular school year.

    Within the download, you get the option of setting up your lessons for in-person lessons or distance learning via Google slides!

    This product can be found here: Differentiated Daily Quick Reads


    One by one, I am adding assessments for every unit. My goal is to have all complete and added by July 2023. Each unit has pre-assessments and post-assessments comprised of multiple choice response pages that can be administered as traditional printable assessments or Easel assessments (digital).

    At this point, these are the unit assessments that are complete and included in this curriculum bundle:

    Reading Foundation ASSESSMENT

    Vocabulary and Figurative Language ASSESSMENT

    Main Idea and Key Details ASSESSMENT

    Author's Purpose ASSESSMENT


    Understanding Characters ASSESSMENT

    Text Features and Structures...coming soon

    Story Elements and Summarizing...coming soon



    • The download comes with a suggested scope and sequence. This scope and sequence spans from September – May. If your school year starts in August, simply adjust everything to the earlier month.

    • You do not have teach the units in this order to be successful. You can move the units around as you like. The suggested order here is a great starting point for someone who wants a guide or suggested order.

    • This schedule accounts for completing three of the included lessons per week so that you have flexibility to repeat lessons as necessary or accommodate school events or days off.



    ANCHOR CHARTS - Every lesson includes a printable anchor chart that you can print either on full size chart paper or on 8”x11” paper.

    EXIT TICKETS - After every lesson, send students to read independently with an exit task bookmark aligned to the day’s lesson. There is a student workbook included that holds completed bookmarks along with a copy of the anchor chart that went with the lesson.

    TIPS - Tips are included throughout to give you every tool you need to be successful!



    You can find the individual products at these links. The preview on each of these links will also show you a closer look at the contents of the downloads as well as show you the feedback reviews from other teachers. However, this bundle price is discounted and the best price you will find!

    Interactive Read Aloud

    Reading Strategy Group Bundle

    Differentiated Daily Quick Reads (4th Grade)



    3rd Grade Curriculum Bundle

    4th Grade Curriculum Bundle

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
    Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.
    Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character’s thoughts, words, or actions).
    Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., Herculean).
    Explain major differences between poems, drama, and prose, and refer to the structural elements of poems (e.g., verse, rhythm, meter) and drama (e.g., casts of characters, settings, descriptions, dialogue, stage directions) when writing or speaking about a text.


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