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Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)

Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Summarizing Task Cards 3.40 (STAAR)
Product Description
Summarize using Literary Texts. These summarizing task cards use literary texts. 28 Total Questions! 12 Cards. A variety of questions, paragraphs, and graphic organizers. The questions are scaffolded to guide students through the thinking that good readers do naturally.

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Major Skill: Summarizing
Sub-skills: Problem-Solution, Plot diagram, analyzing summaries, Reading dialogue, graphic organizers
Questions stems aligned with standardized tests (including STAAR) include:
--What was the problem?
--What was the solution?
--What could have happened if the problem was solved?
--Which is the best summary?
--What is wrong with this summary?
--What is the correct sequence of events?

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Grades 3-5
Genres: Literary Texts; Realistic Fiction; Fantasy
ATOS Level 4.4
Lexile: 680L
28 Total Questions: 16 open-ended; 12 multiple choice
12 Task Cards
9 Unique Stories

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SUMMARIZING
Reading is the process of making meaning from text. Good readers fluently engage in four critical comprehension sub-skills: summarizing, generating questions, clarifying meanings, and inferring. When readers summarize literary texts, they are paraphrasing the main events. To summarize is to retell the most important aspects of the plot: problem, solution, and main events.

SCAFFOLDED QUESTIONS
The 28 questions on these task cards are designed to pull students’ thoughts right to the mini-skills that good readers do naturally. Some of the questions ask basic and straightforward information that forms the basis of a good summary. What is the problem? What is the solution? Other questions ask students to analyze summaries to find the best summary – the one that includes the problem, solution, and main events from the beginning, middle, and end. Finally, there are questions that use graphic organizers to show the sequence of events and the plot structure.

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Other Reading Resources:
Summarizing Task Cards #2
Summarizing Task Cards #3
Summarizing Task Cards #4
Sequencing Task Cards - Ellen Ochoa
Cause and Effect Task Cards
Main Ideas and Details Lesson Bundle

Other drawing conclusions task cards by TeamTom:

Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #1 STAAR Prep
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #2 Harriet Tubman
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #3 Informational Texts
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #4 Rosa Parks
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #5 Matter
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #6 Energy

BUNDLE DISCOUNTS
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards Bundle #1 (Sets 1-3)
Drawing Conclusions Task Card Bundle #2

STAAR Daily Warm Ups:
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 3rd Grade #1
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 3rd Grade #2
STAAR Reading Daily Warm Ups 4th Grade #1
Total Pages
9 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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