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.
When reading, students sometimes have a hard time organizing their ideas about the novel theiy're reading. With this chart from Pinterest, is so much easier to organize the principal story elements, you can use it to study the novel or even to evaluate it.
Objective: Identify main idea and details on a text.
Students read the text "History of Chocolate", and on the next page they need to cut some parts of the text, and paste them according to whether they are the main idea or details. This resource can be used as practice, or to assess how well students are able to identify the main idea and the details on a text.
The 5 w's, a classic resource to study news but also it can be helpful to organize information after reading a text. This resource is from Classroom doodles, and they have another beautiful organizers for your students.
Objective: Identify main ideas and details on a paragraph.
The text was taken from a Scholastic Book of reading comprehensions. The graphic organizer on the second page is a personal creation.
This is a good activity to guide and teach students on how to find the main idea and details. The idea is to read and discuss the text with them and, before looking at the graphic organizer, ask them what the text talks about, in general, which are some details, why do they think those are details and not the main idea, etc. After this, have them complete the graphic organizer independently, and then check the answers with 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.
This book report template is my favorite for students to complete. It includes space to draw the cover, to identify the author's and illustrator's name, a space to identify and describe characters and the setting of the story. Also, a space to write down the sequence of events in the story, a little chart for students to evaluate the book and to write their favorite event.
How difficult is to make students excited to read the class novel? In my experience, they don't usually fall in love with the book immediatly. That's why I've been searching for different ways to start a novel study and I'd gathered my favorite 7 ways to accomplish it. This resource is helpful to engage students and make their novel study more attractive.