Daily Warm-Ups: Reading Grade 7
Each book in the Daily Warm-Ups: Reading series provides students with over 150 opportunities to master important reading skills. The warm ups include both fiction and nonfiction reading passages, followed by questions that are based on Bloom’s Taxonomy to allow for higher-level thinking skills. Adding one daily warm-up a day to the classroom schedule or at home gives students the practice they need to improve their reading comprehension skills. The content is correlated to the Common Core State Standards.
Nonfiction Reading Comprehension for the Common Core Grade 8
Focusing on the “analysis” component in the Common Core scheme of reading comprehension, students are presented with 18 nonfiction passages that cover science, history, biographies, and informational text. After reading a passage, students are asked different “levels” of multiple choice questions, helping students recognize that different types of questions require different levels of effort and thinking. They are also asked to write questions of their own and to answer essay questions.
Nonfiction Reading Comprehension: Informational Reading Grades 1-2, 2-3, 3, 4
Motivate students with interesting, practical reading lessons. Each unit (over 40 per book) introduces an example of environmental print (sign, poster, package, directions, map, schedule, etc.) along with a story and five questions that help develop skills in comprehension, vocabulary, critical thinking, and testing.
Nonfiction Reading Comprehension: Informational Reading Grades 2-3
Nonfiction Reading Comprehension: Informational Reading Grade 3
Nonfiction Reading Comprehension: Informational Reading Grade 4
Differentiated Nonfiction Reading Grade 2
Here’s a way to teach the same grade-level content to students with varying reading skills! The same information is written at three different levels: below grade level, at grade level, and above grade level. All the students in your class can read the passage and have the information they need to respond to the same six questions that evaluate their comprehension of the subject matter. The curriculum topics cover science, geography, history, and language arts. The reading passages are correlated to the Common Core State Standards, and the reading levels are calculated according to the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Formula.