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    Engage your students with high-interest reading comprehension passages designed for every 3rd Grade LITERACY AND INFORMATIONAL STANDARD. Each lengthy passage is written with 3 differentiated reading levels with or without a dyslexic font to meet the needs of all your students. They are perfect for CLOSE READING. The full-page passage provides students with a complete narrative, drama, poem, or informational text to answer the questions effectively. The levels of differentiation range from 400-950 for Grades 2-5. It is aligned to 3rd Grade.

    The questions were formulated in a STEP-BY-STEP process. There are 10 multiple choice questions in the form of TASK CARDS or a worksheet. These questions were designed for students to get familiar with the text with some deeper-level questions mixed in. Then there are 10 rigorous open-ended questions specifically designed for text-dependent analysis so students can think critically and question their assumptions.

    Check out a FREE sample of COMPREHENSION PASSAGES HERE

    What is included?

    Reading Comprehension Passages: There are 44 full-page passages with 3 Levels of Differentiation- Total of 132 Passages. There are 2 passages per Common Core Standard with the standard written on the page. (Some standards have paired text.)

    Dyslexia Version: All of the passages have a dyslexia-friendly font. This is ideal for differentiating for your Dyslexic learners. The font is called Open Dyslexic. Although there is no research behind it as far as fluency or comprehension, I include it for a preference. Some kids will automatically choose it and say they can read it better. My thought is this, if it can help one child, then it is a win! There are actual books written in the font, like the Hank series by Henry Winkler. Interesting!

    Step 1 Questions- Multiple Choice: For each passage, there are 10 multiple choice questions in the form of a worksheet or task cards. They are perfect for centers and group work.

    Step 2 Questions- Open-Ended: There are 10 questions per passage that work for all 3 reading levels. The last question is a text-dependent analysis prompt. There are 2 Formats of Open-Ended Questions. There is a 2-page version with lines and a 1-page version without lines (Students can write answers on a separate piece of paper or in a notebook to save paper.)

    Teacher Version: This file includes all 3 student versions, teacher notes, and answer keys.

    3 Student Versions: There are 3 levels of passages. For each level, there is a student PDF file that can be sent to students. The questions are included. These are great for DISTANCE LEARNING and AT HOME LEARNING!

    Answer Keys: PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN THE TEACHER EDITION! ANSWER KEYS AREN'T INCLUDED IN THE STUDENT LEVELED FILES. They are included for all questions. For each open-ended answer key, teachers will know which questions are directly related to the standard. The answers that are bold-faced are related to the standard.

    What focus skills are covered in literacy? GRADE 3 READING PASSAGES AND QUESTIONS LITERACY

    CCSS 1: Ask and Answer Questions

    CCSS 2: Determine the Central Message, Lesson or Moral

    CCSS 3: Describe Characters’ traits, motivations, feelings

    CCSS 4: Determine the Meaning of Words and Phrases

    CCSS 5: Refer to and Describe Parts of Stories, Dramas, Poems

    CCSS 6: Point of View

    CCSS 7: Explain Text Illustrations

    CCSS 8: N/A

    CCSS 9: Compare and Contrast Themes, Settings, and Plots

    CCSS 10: Read and Comprehend

    What other skills are found in the questions?

    ✓ Text Dependent Analysis

    ✓ Recount stories

    ✓ Explain Key Details

    ✓ Explain the Character’s Actions

    ✓ Sequence of Events

    ✓ Distinguish Literal from Nonliteral Language

    What focus skills are covered in informational text? GRADE 3 READING PASSAGES AND QUESTIONS INFORMATIONAL

    CCSS 1: Ask and Answer Question Use Text Evidence

    CCSS 2: Determine the Main Idea and Supporting Details

    CCSS 3: Describe Relationships in Informational Text

    CCSS 4: Academic and Domain-Specific Words and Phrases

    CCSS 5: Use Text Features to Locate Information

    CCSS 6: Distinguish Point of View

    CCSS 7: Interpret Information from Illustrations

    CCSS 8: Logical Connection, Comparison, Sequence, Cause and Effect

    CCSS 9: Compare and Contrast Within a Text and Between Two Texts

    CCSS 10: Comprehend Information

    Other skills that are covered in the questions:

    ✓ Provide Text Dependent Analysis

    ✓ Chronology


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    OTHER GRADES

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    GRADE 2 READING PASSAGES AND QUESTIONS INFORMATIONAL

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    GRADE 4 READING PASSAGES AND QUESTIONS LITERACY

    GRADE 4 READING PASSAGES AND QUESTIONS INFORMATIONAL

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    GRADE 5 READING PASSAGES AND QUESTIONS LITERACY

    GRADE 5 READING PASSAGES AND QUESTIONS INFORMATIONAL

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    Do you need help teaching Text Evidence? Click Here for a STEP-BY-STEP TEXT EVIDENCE UNIT.

    OTHER RESOURCES INVOLVING TEXT EVIDENCE

    GRADE 3 VERSION OF TEXT DEPENDENT ANALYSIS

    GRADE 4 TEXT DEPENDENT ANALYSIS

    GRADE 5 TEXT DEPENDENT ANALYSIS

    Step-By-Step Reading Units:

    STEP-BY-STEP INFERENCE UNIT

    STEP-BY-STEP CAUSE AND EFFECT UNIT

    STEP-BY-STEP MYTHOLOGY/ALLUSIONS UNIT

    STEP-BY-STEP THEME UNIT (INCLUDES STORY ELEMENTS, SUMMARIZING, AND MAIN IDEA)

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at the high end of the grades 2–3 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
    Compare and contrast the most important points and key details presented in two texts on the same topic.
    Describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in a text (e.g., comparison, cause/effect, first/second/third in a sequence).
    Use information gained from illustrations (e.g., maps, photographs) and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text (e.g., where, when, why, and how key events occur).
    Distinguish their own point of view from that of the author of a text.
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