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Everything you need to prepare your students for the state reading or ELA test!
There are 16 pages of vocabulary terms to help your students get ready for their ELA state test. These terms cover both literary and test taking vocabulary. There are 48 words in all. Some include: plot, climax, protagonist, alliteration, hyperbole, personification, generalization, mood, theme, text structure, claim, author's purpose, convey, evaluate, and explain.Use for a matching game, study guide or put on an O-ring for student self study.
In two weeks, prepare your students to take the state reading test without giving up the reading workshop format. Included in this unit are ten lesson plans to study the genre of test taking using the workshop format (connect, teaching point, teach, engage, link, share). Also included are six anchor chart models, ideas for small groups and ideas for ending/celebrating the unit. Additionally, there are two different sets of letter cards included for a fun way to practice multiple choice questions. Students learn valuable test taking strategies in this unit including predicting the types of questions based on the passage type, rereading the passage, looking back into the passage for answers, process of elimination and annotating/summarizing as they read. Get your students ready for any state reading test!
- A color and a black and white version of the board game
- Cards with 69 reading and test taking vocabulary words (examples: personification, metaphor, compare and contrast, heading, idiom, metaphor, conflict, protagonist, setting, fact, opinion, author's craft, convey, diagram, argument, claim, genre, climax, falling action, central idea, chronological, 1st person point-of-view, tone, generalization, etc.)
- A study guide that includes the definition of all of the words for student reference
- inference vs. analysis powerpoint
- ranking text evidence lesson and activity
Four fun games to help your students review reading and test taking vocabulary.
Great for reviewing for the big state reading test or for an end of year review.
- Go Fish
- I have, who has?
- Vocabulary matching, memory, concentration
Some of the vocabulary covered in the games:
plot, protagonist, antagonist, conflict, alliteration, hyperbole, personification, generalization, idiom, onomatopoeia, mood, tone, theme, text structure, claim, author's purpose, convey, fact, opinion, point-of-view, first person point-of-view, third person point-of-view, biography, summarize, exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, setting, contrast, genre, narrator, rhythm, rhyme, prefix, suffix, speaker, evaluate, and explain.