Reading Well - Grades 6-8 by Cindy Barden

By Cindy Barden

Milliken's interpreting good! sequence offers academics and fogeys with a large choice of actions to exploit at domestic or within the school room to augment your interpreting software. studying fabrics and varieties of writing comprise real looking fiction, biography, poetry, delusion, informational articles, myths, legends, tall stories, and performs or skits. The comprehension actions were chosen to supply possibilities for college kids to perform various examining abilities. a listing of comprehension talents for all grade degrees is incorporated at the examining Comprehension Chart on web page 1. a number of evaluate rubrics is helping you song development in attaining these abilities. every one e-book within the sequence is sequential, permitting scholars to construct on talents past discovered. a few of the degrees to be had enables you to choose the single well suited for a person pupil or category.

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Baby: Jessie lay in her crib, her eyes occasionally focusing on the bright red plastic apples on the mobile above her crib. She cooed softly, unconcerned about the future or the past. Perhaps some day she too would take her granddaughter apple picking on a crisp fall day. 1. How many generations does the story include? _________________________________ 2. Who remembered the ride in the hay wagon with her husband and children? _______________________________________________________________________ 3.

Who had recently retired? _________________________________________________ 4. Who was the youngest member of the family? _________________________________ 5. What is the main idea of the article? _________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 6. What common elements tie the characters together? ____________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 7. Select two of the characters. List three ways they are alike and three ways they are different.

Give examples that show when or how the character displayed this trait. Character trait: ______________________________________________________________ Example: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Character trait: ______________________________________________________________ Example: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Character trait: ______________________________________________________________ Example: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ 39 Copyright © 2002 Milliken Publishing Co.

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