Reading Literature Printables - Worksheets and Tests Grade 6

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**Grade 6 Version** Level B

The topics included in this huge worksheet packet are the same as in my Interactive Reading Literature Notebook. Scroll down for a list of lessons and topics.

Purchase the differentiation bundle here.

For each of the 24 lessons, there is a 20-item practice, followed by a 20-item assessment. The items on the assessment are similar in content and in format to the items on the practice so that your students are prepared for each assessment.

Most lessons are 2 pages, so I run them front and back and recommend that you do the same whenever possible.

*UPDATE* April 2018: These files are now EDITABLE in Microsoft Word, so you can customize them as needed for your own students! Please keep in mind that you may have to correct formatting in how these look in MS Word due to varied settings on your computer versus mine.

This resource is jam-packed with content

specifically designed to practice and assess the lessons in the Interactive Reading Literature Notebook. So that these printables are grade-level appropriate, I am releasing three sets:

Set 1 – Grades 4-5 (Level A)

Set 2 – Grade 6 (Level B)

Set 3 – Grades 7-8 (Level C)

Each set includes unique content, which means that the questions and passages are all completely different, and leveled, for each packet. If you differentiate in your reading classes, I highly recommend that you purchase all 3 sets. Sets 1 and 2 are available now, and 3 will be released in the month of November. A bundle is available to purchase all 3 sets here.

Since there are 3 sets and two similar worksheets for each lesson (one practice and one assessment), I have included this information at the bottom right corner of each page It either reads Practice or Assessment, followed by the level. The lesson number and topic are always at the top left.

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Lessons:

Lesson 1: Story Vocabulary (plot, setting, complications, protagonist, antagonist)

Lesson 2: Elements of Plot and The Plot Pyramid – exposition, inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution

Lesson 3: Internal and External Conflict

Lesson 4: Four Types of Conflict – Man vs. Self, Man vs. Man, Man vs. Nature, Man vs. Society

Lesson 5: Story Devices – flashback, foreshadowing, suspense, cliffhanger

Lesson 6: Character Traits

Lesson 7: Characterization

Lesson 8: Types of Characters – round, flat, dynamic, static, sympathetic, minor, protagonist, antagonist

Lesson 9: Theme

Lesson 10: Point of View (first person, third person limited, third person objective, third person omniscient

Lesson 11: Similes

Lesson 12: Metaphors

Lesson 13: Hyperbole

Lesson 14: Personification

Lesson 15: Idiom

Lesson 16: Alliteration

Lesson 17: Allusion

Lesson 18: Onomatopoeia

Lesson 19: Figurative Language Sort

Lesson 20: Figurative Language Review

Lesson 21: Annotate Figurative Language

Lesson 22: Mood and Tone

Lesson 23: Genres of Fiction (Novel Genres) (realistic fiction, science fiction, historical fiction, fantasy, mystery, adventure, dystopian fiction)

Lesson 24: Folktale Genres (fairytale, tall tale, fable, legend, myth)

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See preview file for samples and a table of contents to see what is all included.

FAQ

Will these worksheets teach the lessons for me?

No. These printables are meant to be used after the lesson is taught in order to practice and then assess students knowledge and understanding of the content or skill. The Interactive Reading Literature Notebook includes lessons for each skill. This packet includes worksheets for each.

Will I need to find stories and other resources to use with these printables?

No! These are no-prep, which means all of the passages and content are included. Print and go!

Are these meant to prepare students for Common Core Assessments such as PARCC or Smarter Balanced?

No. These are not meant to be used as test prep, but as everyday practices and assessments.

Are you making sets for your other Interactive Notebooks?

Yes. Informational Text and Grammar are currently in the works and will be published by the end of December!

I teach students for multiple years. Can I use these printables?

Yes! There will be 3 sets (see above) so simply purchase the set(s) relevant for your grades.

Will you be making practices and assessments for free interactive notebook lessons, such as irony and making inferences?

Yes. Stay tuned!

*Estimated date of completion, subject to change.*

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take.
Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text.
Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate to each other and the whole.
Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone.
Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text.

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