SHORT STORY with COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS, Short story text included with comprehension questions and additional activities
(preview shows you one page of the story and the comprehension questions)
Useful for High School and Middle School students reading below grade level (age-appropriate and high interest)
Common Core-aligned lesson plan is included.
7-page Short Story about a teenage boy in special education classes who is struggling with being bullied for taking the school bus. He learns an important lesson about self-advocacy and responsibility.
List of 5 Comprehension Questions that encourage real life connections, background knowledge, and text-to-self connections.
Text to Self Connection graphic organizer
Text to Self Connection paragraph template also included with a Checklist for self evaluation.
Both templates also include model examples for students to follow as a guide
Vocabulary Word Study Template also included for specific intervention of vocabulary words.
This could also be used as a social story to encourage conversations about self-advocacy, self-awareness, and special education.
Useful for the MCAS-Alt Reading Strand
Great for Guided Reading and Guided Writing lessons!
by Differentiated Fun for students with special needs and ESL learners, providing age-appropriate, fun, and modified lessons.
This is an original text written by A. McAfee Pearce