Reading Well Grades 5-6

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Lorenz Educational Press, Sep 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 44 pages
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Milliken's Reading Well! series provides teachers and parents with a wide variety of activities to use at home or in the classroom to enhance your reading program. Reading materials and styles of writing include realistic fiction, biography, poetry, fantasy, informational articles, myths, legends, tall tales, and plays or skits. The comprehension activities have been selected to provide opportunities for students to practice a variety of reading skills. A list of comprehension skills for all grade levels is included on the Reading Comprehension Chart on page 1. A variety of assessment rubrics helps you track progress in achieving those skills. Each book in the series is sequential, allowing students to build on skills previous learned. The various levels available allows you to select the one most appropriate for an individual student or class.
 

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Contents

Reading Comprehension Skills
1
Blooms Taxonomy
2
Assessment of Skills Based on Blooms Taxonomy
3
Using Student Assessments
4
Individual Activity Assessment
5
Story Frame
6
Story
7
Story FrameStory Map Assessment
8
The Fountain of Youth
21
The Story Behind the Story
22
What Might Happen?
23
The Fossil Lady
24
The First Woodpecker
26
Soapmaking
28
Inventions That Have Changed Our Lives
29
Out of Place Out of Time
30

Student Reading Comprehension Skills Assessment
9
Student Reading Log and Assessment
10
Out to
11
Why Penguins Cant
12
How the Months Got Their Names
14
Mr Opinion and Ms Fact
16
Traveling the Underground Railroad
17
Youre Never Too Old for LEGO Building Blocks
18
Nellie Bly Reporter
20
Then and
31
Nature Provided the Idea
32
Picture This
33
A Night Out with Dracula and Ms Greene
34
Id Rather Eat an Apple
38
Character Traits
39
Analyzing Changes in a Character
40
Answer
41
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