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36 weeks of text based constructed response questions to complement your Reading Wonders 3rd Grade series. Each week includes a 5 day reading response template for the comprehension skill and language focus. Questions are based on common core test specs that require and encourage students to use higher order thinking skills to answer using text evidence and are labeled with each standard. Repeated opportunities to answer text based questions using evidence and complete sentences gives learners multiple opportunities to practice and master this skill. Daily responses help teachers quickly determine who is getting it and who isn’t, so that immediate scaffolding can occur.
This resource includes:
♦ Daily opportunity for students to demonstrate understanding of the text through stem questions for comprehension and vocabulary skills for weeks 1-6 in each of 6 units.
♦ Standards Based Constructed Response Questions for the following texts:
♦ Graphic organizers connected to the week's comprehension skill
+ BONUS Full Page Graphic Organizers
♦ Venn diagrams for text comparison
♦ Research Note Sheet for Week 6
Suggestions for classroom use
♥ Partner Collaboration/Talk
♥ Exit Tickets
♥ Formative Assessment
♥ Student Work Displays
♥ Classwork Grades
Real Teacher Testimonials about my Reading Wonders Supplemental Resources
☺ Maryanne B. said…"Just discovered your work for Wonders. I have already used your worksheets with my class and am very impressed with all of your hard work. Thanks for making my job a little easier!"
☺Darvi J. said…"This is wonderful! I can't wait to use it! It is really going to help my students practice using higher order thinking skills."
☺Special Solutions said…"This resource is perfect for my small groups. I love how the standards are indicated so that I can easily list them for reference in my lesson plans. There's flexibility in the space provided so that my ESE and ESOL students may provide illustrated answers. Thank you!"