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The Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions is a high-interest digital or printable reading unit that's perfect for distance learning and set up for Google Classroom™. This engaging informational reading unit on Vampire Bats is just what you need for a whole week's worth of distance learning reading and writing work with upper elementary or middle school students. Keep students challenged with the academically aligned informational reading passage revealing the truth about vampire bats. Common Core comprehension questions will help your students practice close reading strategies. Includes comprehension questions, mentor sentences, vocabulary games and tests, differentiated pages, and much more. Great for when you need a guest teacher or an entire week's worth of reading and writing work. Directions and tips are part of this 45-page unit for Google Slides™ and Google Forms™ and the 45-page printable unit. Easy and ready to use!
Included in the digital unit you'll find
• 1-week schedule of ELA work and directions for using this unit each day
- Directions for implementation of this 45-page unit
- Engaging Reading Passage
- 2-Drag and Drop vocabulary games
- Differentiated Google Forms™ Reading Assessment
- Close Reading prompts and leveled questions
- Writing templates for written response
- Vocabulary work
- Differentiated Drag and Drop Vocabulary Quiz
- Differentiated Google Form™ Vocabulary Quiz
- Graphic Organizers
- Differentiated Mentor Sentence work for grammar and punctuation work
- Text-dependent questions and open-ended questions
Included in the printable unit you'll find:
• Distance Learning work schedule for 1-week's worth of work
broken down in daily increments
• High-interest reading passage
• Differentiated vocabulary assessments
• 2-Vocabulary games
• Answer keys
• Differentiated assessments with Common Core/SBAC-type questions
• Writing prompts and stems
• Text evidence proof frames
• Annotation symbols
• Tips for teaching close reading
• Close reading prompts (leveled)
• Mentor sentences
• Tips for teaching mentor sentences
• Perfect sub activities
•Students will practice close reading informational text.
•Students will use the text to answer text-dependent questions and then consider open-ended questions.
•Students will become familiar with the levels of questioning and how to answer different types of questions.
•Students will become familiar with state testing-style questioning. Each question has been carefully considered and written similar to those questions found on state testing.
•Students will use context to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.
•Students will consider the author’s purpose for writing the text.
•Students will consider the author's tone.
•Students will work on mentor sentences focusing on commas, semicolons, parentheses, and adjectives.
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