This product is a ready to print and use set of comprehension questions and answer key. There are 3 to 5 questions per chapter for the book. The questions for this story include literal and easy to find responses in the text to promote skills in young readers like returning to the text to find answers. There are inferential questions that require students to think and reflect. They encourage student to think about the author’s message. The story and questions promote reflective thinking. There are also research questions in which student need to use tools like the dictionary to better understand the story. Students respond to the questions in complete sentences.
These questions can be used for literacy groups, silent reading, or guided reading groups. I use this story with my third grade students that are reading at grade level, however the book and questions can be used with much older students. My sixth grade students really enjoyed the story. The document includes an answer key with the responses highlighted in yellow and the student version.
Total Pages: 16
Synopsis of The Report Card by Andrew Clements: Nora, an eleven-year-old genius, devises and carries out a plan to make her parents, teachers, and school administrators question the value of grades and testing.
Reading Counts Points: 10
Lexile Level: 700
Reading Level: 5.1