Nonfiction Reading Practice Grade 3
Your third grade students can learn about the same topic—while reading at their own level! The all-new Nonfiction Reading Practice guides students in reading and understanding nonfiction texts with articles that span the curriculum, helping to boost students’ knowledge and comprehension across subject areas.
The leveled reading selections on the same topic and the supporting activities help you accommodate students’ varied reading abilities within one class.
Every unit includes:
* 3 levels of nonfiction reading selections on the same topic
* Text-based comprehension questions (multiple choice and open-ended)
* Words to Know lists with vocabulary for each reading selection
* Visual literacy page to enrich learning and support focused discussions
* Text-based writing prompt and a writing form
* Graphic organizers
The 17 units of nonfiction reading selections cover these 3rd grade topics:
Social Studies: Sequoyah of the Cherokee Nation; Marching for a Dream; The Constitution of the United States; A History of Route 66; Benjamin Franklin, Printer
Science/Health: Elephants Live Together; Coral Reefs in Trouble; Desert Adaptions; Pluto; Protecting Your Hearing; Annie Jump Cannon, Astronomer
Mathematics: Making a Car Model; Calendars in History
Technology:W eather Satellites; Changes in Farm Machinery
The Arts:A Poem for America; Harriet Powers, Quilter
Nonfiction Reading Practice is a completely revised edition of a long-time favorite. It’s sure to be your favorite supplemental reading resource for facilitating reading groups and creating an inclusive reading environment!
Plus, with the help of the writing form, you’ll have writing samples for every student to display in your classroom.
This resource can be used to support English language learners, Tier 2, and Tier 3 (content vocabulary).
This series provides reading comprehension practice with topics in the areas of social studies, science, math, technology and the arts. Each book has 17 units that includes teacher guidance, infographics, vocabulary exercises, text-based questions and a writing prompt. While this is all quite good, the key to this book is in the three reading levels each unit includes. It is the same content/topic, but with three versions in a range from easiest (1) to hardest (3). The advanced level includes more difficult vocabulary terms and extra details are added. There are questions that go with each reading level. This special accommodation makes this series quite versatile in a classroom or even for a single student. There may be topics where a reader uses the easier level to help them understand the content in the medium or difficult levels. Graphic organizers help the reader organize what they have read. Your students will love the variety of reading! Anything from Fibonacci’s and his rabbits, to the U.S. Constitution! Correlated to CCSS. Reproducible for single family/classroom. Answers in the back. 228 pages. ~Sara