Students read the text "History of Chocolate" and then answer questions to show their understanding about it. The first part consists of comprehension questions, which students can find just by reading the text again carefully. The second part involves using vocabulary in context. Students must complete sentences using words from a given word bank, and apply them according to context clues. Finally, students need to identify the main idea and details from the text.
Objective: Reading comprehension - Identify character feelings.
Before doing this worksheet, students need to read and/or listen to the story "Larry Gets Lost in Seattle". If you have the book, you can read aloud or students can take turns to read aloud, so you can check fluency and pronunciation. If you do not have the book, you can find the story in the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIQX2AueJIE
After reading and/or listening to the story, students answer some questions and then they identify how Larry felt with the situation. Then, they complete a key by writing the name of the emotions next to some emojis.
Objective: Identify regular verbs in past tense - Read comprehensively
Depending on the reading level, grade, and level of autonomy of the students, the text can be read aloud by the teacher, students can take turns to read aloud, or it can be read and answered independently. After reading the story, tell students to look for all the regular verbs in past tense (remind them about the "ed") and circle them. Then, tell them to answer the questions on the second page.
This is a reading comprehension you can either use as a worksheet or a test. It is about animals and their different colors. The students should be able to categorize and classify the information. They also have to answer some questions about story elements. The border is from https://pageborders.org/download/rainforest-border/
This worksheet is focused on categorizing information. It is a short story about children and their favorite school subjects. Encourage your students to tell you how could they categorize the details. I wrote the categories, but you can erase them and ask your students to tell you the answer. The border is from https://www.pageborders.net/
This test is about giraffes and birds. The students read and identify the story elements. Then, they have to compare and contrast both animals in a venn diagram. Finally, you can decide asking them to write sentences about animals. The border is from https://pageborders.org/download/safari-border/
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* This teacher used this resource with 10 to 13 year-old students
Me encantó este recurso. Estaba en medio de un plan de estudios más técnico y este fue un excelente break durante la clase navideña. Ayuda mucho a crear vocabulario de forma entretenida y además, los deja con una actividad extra después como es pintar.
Objective: Read a text comprehensively and answer questions - Relate problems to their corresponding solution.
This resource can be used as a formative or summative assessment, it depends on what the teacher wants to do. It has 2 parts; on the first one, students read a text and answer comprehension questions. On the second part, students have a column with problems, and another one with solutions. They have to relate each problem with its corresponding solution, and match them.
This reading comprehension strategy is very helpful for students to connect information about the text they're reading. With this beautiful organizer is easier for them to write down the principal cause-effects of the story.
There are many activities which allow students to practice and develop many reading-related skills. They are great for developing comprehension which is one of the most important reading skills. Many of the activities also call for higher-order thinking, like inferring or summarizing. With his resource from Pinterest, students can synthesize the information about stories or even to study chapetrs of novels.