This study guide can help you teach the reading comprehension skill of "sequencing."
Sequencing as a reader basically means putting information and events in order. Sequencing can help a reader keep track of main ideas and remember the plot of a story more effectively.
Sequencing comes in handy when completing a process such as following a recipe, doing laundry, or building something.
This study guide defines the skill, gives examples, and allows for student practice. In addition, the guide offers a graphic organizer for students to show evidence of mastering this skill. Finally, it offers challenge questions to nudge thinking to a higher level.