Informational text is a form of nonfiction. In fact, it is the most important form of nonfiction text. Informational text is important, because its primary purpose is to convey information about the social and natural world around us.
This resource combines both informational text and close reading, to assist students in enhancing their comprehension skills and ability to hone in on the important facts.
The subjects included in this resource are:
★Rosa Parks Day
★Nobel Prize Day
★Pearl Harbor Day
★Boston Tea Party Day
★A Quick History of Christmas
★New Year's Day - with bonus activity
★Amelia Earhart Day
★Martin Luther King Jr. Day
★Super Bowl Sunday
★World Day of Social Justice
★National Science Day
All passages relate to the celebrations and holidays in the month of January.
BONUS ACTIVITIES INCLUDED!
Each close reading passage includes:
★A first read
★A second read
★Free response quiz
★Multiple choice quiz
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