Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process

Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
Reading Passages for Differentiated Learning: The Amendment Process
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This product is contained in a bundled set of 8 passages found at the following link:
Bundled Rdg Passages for Differentiated Learning: The U.S. Government

This leveled reading comprehension product contains 3 passages for this topic. There are 10 comprehension questions that accompany it, and the questions are based on common core literacy standards.

This product includes a more challenging passage, an easier passage, and a LARGE PRINT version of the easier passage. Research supports that increasing the font size shows a positive improvement on struggling students’ ability to read and comprehend text.


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The Amendment Process
Lexile Flesch-Kincaid rdg level
1260 10.5 Regular Level
990 8.5 Modified Level
870 7.4 LARGE PRINT VERSION

Answer key included!

Standards based on Georgia, California, Virginia, and New York Government Standards

SS5CG2 The student will explain the process by which amendments to the U.S.
Constitution are made.
a.Explain the amendment process outlined in the Constitution.
b.Describe the purpose for the amendment process.
a) examining the Bill of Rights, with emphasis on First Amendment freedoms;
b) analyzing due process of law expressed in the 5th and 14th Amendments;
SS5CG3 The student will explain how amendments to the U. S. Constitution have
maintained a representative democracy.
a.Explain the purpose of the 12th and 17th amendments.
13, 14, 15 amendments
b.Explain how voting rights were protected by the 15th, 19th, 23rd, 24th , and 26th
amendments.
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10 pages
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Included
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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