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Differentiated Activities for Teaching Key Comprehension Skills: Grades…

by Martin Lee

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0545234514, Paperback)

In this collection of standards-based activities, teachers find the leveled materials they need to differentiate comprehension instruction for the range of learners in their classes. Each activity set features a high-interest reading passage that students read independently. Companion activities target specific skills at three levels—below-level, on-level, and above-level. Teachers select the appropriate skill sheet for each student, and students use the reading passage to answer questions at their level. Comprehension skills include predicting, sequencing, understanding cause and effect, identifying main ideas and details, and more! For use with Grades 4–6.

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"This collection of standard-based activities provides exactly the materials you need to differentiate comprehension instruction for the range of learners in your class. Every set of activities targets a specific skill at three levels--below-level, on-level, and above-level--and features a high-interest reading passage that students read independently. You select the appropriate skill sheet for each student, and students use the reading passage to answer questions at their level. Comprehension skills include predicting, sequencing, understanding cause and effect, identifying main idea and details, and more!"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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