Teaching summarization? Amp up the fun and proficiency level in your classroom with a comprehensive set of Summary Task Cards. These (40) Common Core-aligned task cards challenge your students to read a nonfiction passage and write a one-sentence summary. Task Cards can be analyzed in pairs, groups, literacy centers, or whole class instruction. Answer key included. A fun, effective instructional tool and alternative to boring worksheets! Perfect for ELA test prep.
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and other Task Cards:
Analogy Task Cards
Fragment/Run On Task Cards
Literary Analysis Task Cards
Revision Test Prep Task Cards
Verb Tense Task Cards
Commonly Confused Words Task Cards
Common Core Literary Terms Task Cards
Idiom Task Cards
Context Clue Task Cards
Sentence Fluency Task Cards
Main Idea Task Cards
Comma Task Cards
Apostrophe Task Cards
Active/Passive Voice Task Cards
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