Early Reading Comprehension Book D

Early Reading Comprehension Book D

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ISBN: 9780838806241
Grades: 3-4

Out of the many comprehension workbooks I have used and reviewed, this series is my personal favorite. It contains great variety in subject matter and excellent thinking questions. Before reading each of the 31 reading selections per book, a short introduction gives a little background information and states the reading skill to be emphasized. Selections include pieces on general topics, mathematics, philosophy, literature, science, social studies, logic and thinking, language, and the arts. Because this is a secular program, you may choose to preview some of the reading selections, particularly in the upper grades. Following the selections are questions which require students to find the main idea, identify sequence, draw conclusions, make assumptions, match vocabulary words to meanings, and identify and interpret facts. Although this series is my favorite, our children are not as certain, since these books really made them think. Please note that there are no answers included in the workbooks. All answers are provided in the small Teacher Keys, available for each workbook as a separate but inexpensive purchase.




Primary Subject
Reading/Literature
Grade Start
3
Grade End
4
ISBN
9780838806241
Binding
Perfect
Language
English
Audience
Juvenile
Author
Jane Ervin
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Educators Publishing Service
Weight
0.35 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.25"
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This is a great short read and comprehension practice for my daughter. She learns new information while reading the short passages, practices her reasoning skills as well as sentence structure while working on the questions.
Olivia D on Jul 27, 2019
Useful
Ayman E on Oct 14, 2018
This is a great short read and comprehension practice for my daughter. She learns new information while reading the short passages, practices her reasoning skills as well as sentence structure while working on the questions.
Olivia D on Jul 27, 2019
to help a struggling reader. Enjoyable stories and engaging activities
Amber N on Mar 23, 2019
Useful
Ayman E on Oct 14, 2018
My daughter is dyslexic. Her tutor likes this series. she teaches the Orton Gillingham method.
Kevin H on Feb 28, 2018
Used earlier level and liked it
Heather E on Aug 9, 2017
Need something to try for Comprehension
Debbie B on Jul 11, 2017
Daughter did Book A, B and C is series last summer and they were very helpful for improving her reading comprehesnion skills"
Michael G on May 18, 2017
My son has special needs. His tutor is using book A and suggested we get the book B. He seems to like doing the pages from A. Thought we'd carry it through the higher grades.
Judith G on Dec 15, 2016
Help students improve in comprehension
Ana C on Nov 2, 2015
to help a struggling reader. Enjoyable stories and engaging activities
Amber N on Mar 23, 2019
My daughter is dyslexic. Her tutor likes this series. she teaches the Orton Gillingham method.
Kevin H on Feb 28, 2018
Do the lessons need to be done in sequence, or would it work just as well to skip around, for example to do a social studies passage one day followed by a science passage the next?
A shopper on Jul 18, 2020
Early Reading Comprehension Book D
Early Reading Comprehension Book D
Early Reading Comprehension Book C
Early Reading Comprehension Book C
Reading Comprehension Book 1
Reading Comprehension Book 1
BEST ANSWER: We would skip around and it worked great for us. I think the order has more to do with what you decide you would like to teach through the resource. I used it as a way to check my child's reading comprehension skills while she was also reading longer books.
How do you know which level to place a student in?
A shopper on Jul 18, 2020
Early Reading Comprehension Book D
Early Reading Comprehension Book D
Early Reading Comprehension Book C
Early Reading Comprehension Book C
Reading Comprehension Book 1
Reading Comprehension Book 1
BEST ANSWER: They don't use grade levels on purpose as every student is different. I suggest you look at the sample reading passages for each level to see if that is how much your student is able to process without becoming overwhelmed. As each level progresses, the passages get more complex as well as the comprehension questions. Generally Early Reading Comprehension is aimed at lower elementary and Reading Comprehesion is upper elementary.
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I purchased this book and Vocabulary Connections and much prefer Voacbulary Conections While the vocabulary in this book is probably on a 4th grade level the writing style is very simplistic and does not hold my daughter's interest All 27 passages have the same 5 exercises after it which gets repetitive Especially since the "put in the correct order" section contains four random sentences from the passage and not the main ideas or even one sentence per paragraph This makes it really hard to put them in order and you are forced to search for the sentences in the text And I have been searching in the text because there is no answer key We have stopped using this book and will continue only with Vocabulary ConnectionsNote: there is an answer key for this book but it is a separate purchase
October 31, 2013


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