2 Description Text Structure Assessment 54-55 lesson 8: Compare & Contrast Text Structure Practice 56-57 lesson 8: Compare & Contrast Text Structure Assessment 58-59 lesson 9: Order & Sequence Text Structure Practice 60-62 lesson 9: Order & Sequence Text Structure Assessment 63-66 lesson 10: Problem & Solution Text Structure Practice 67-71 lesson 10: Problem & Solution Text Structure Assessment 72-76 lesson 11: Cause & Effect Text Structure Practice 77-78 lesson 11: Cause & Effect Text Structure Assessment 79-80 Level B: Grade 6 Reading Informational Text Practice & Assess Table of Contents 2015 erin cobb 4 lesson 12: Primary & Secondary Sources Practice 81-82 lesson 12: Primary & Secondary Sources Assessment 83 lesson 13: Nonfiction Text Features Practice 84-87 lesson 13: Nonfiction Text Features Assessment 88-91 lesson 14: Persuasion Techniques Practice 92-93 lesson 14.
3 Persuasion Techniques Assessment Assessment 94-95 lesson 1 Answer Keys 96 lesson 2 Answer Keys 97 lesson 3 Answer Keys 98 lesson 4 Answer Keys 99 lesson 5 Answer Keys 100 lesson 6 Answer Keys 101 lesson 7 Answer Keys 102 lesson 8 Answer Keys 103 lesson 9 Answer Keys 104 lesson 10 Answer Keys 105 lesson 11 Answer Keys 106 lesson 12 Answer Keys 107 lesson 13 Answer Keys 108 lesson 14 Answer Keys 109 Level B: Grade 6 Reading Informational Text Practice & Assess Te a c h e r s G u i d e 2015 erin cobb you so much for your purchase! This resource is jam-packed with content specifically designed to practice and assess the lessons in the Interactive Reading Informational Tex t Notebook.
4 So that these Printables are grade-level appropriate, I am releasing three sets: Set 1 Grades 4-5 (Level A) Set 2 Grade 6 (Level B) Set 3 Grades 7-8 (Level C) Each set includes unique content, which means that the questions and passages are all completely different and leveled for each packet. If you differentiate in your Reading classes, I highly recommend that you purchase all 3 sets. Sets 2 and 3 will be released in the month of February. A bundle is available to purchase all 3 sets. For each lesson , there is a 20-item practice followed by a 20-item assessment.
5 The items on the assessment are similar in content and in format to the items on the practice so that your students are prepared for each assessment. Most lessons are 2 pages, so I run them front and back and recommend that you do the same whenever possible. Since there are 3 sets and two similar worksheets for each lesson (one practice and one assessment), I have included this information at the bottom right corner of each page It either reads Practice or Assessment, followed by the level. The lesson number and topic are always at the top left. Level A: Grades 4-5 Reading Informational Text Practice & Assess FAQ Will these worksheets teach the lessons for me?
6 No. These Printables are meant to be used after the lesson is taught in order to practice and then assess students knowledge and understanding of the content or skill. The Interactive Reading Notebook includes lessons for each skill. This packet includes worksheets for each. Will I need to find articles and other resources to use with these Printables ? No! These are no-prep, which means all of the passages and content are included. Print and go! Are these meant to prepare students for Common Core Assessments such as PARCC or Smarter Balanced? No. These are not meant to be used as test prep, but as everyday practices and assessments.
7 Are you making sets for your other Interactive Notebooks? Yes. Literature and Grammar have already been released, and Writing will follow Informational Tex t. I teach students for multiple years. Can I use these Printables ? Yes! There will be 3 sets (see above) so simply purchase the set(s) relevant for your grades. A. Match the term to the correct definition below: _____ 1. The _____ consist of narrowed ideas, evidence, and examples. _____ 2. The _____ consists of one or two words. _____ 3. The _____ is a statement that tells what the passage is mostly about. _____ 4. The _____ is the sentence in the passage that states the main idea.
8 _____ 5. The _____ describes the subject of the passage. _____ 6. Readers can determine the _____ after Reading the entire passage. Reading Informational Text Practice & Assess lesson 1: Main Idea & Supporting Details Practice Level B 6 Name _____ A. Match the term to the correct definition below: _____ 2015 erin cobb B. Read the passage below. Then, decide whether each phrase or statement describes the topic, a topic sentence, the main idea, or a supporting detail and write the letter on each line. I Want to Be a Trash Man! a. topic b. topic sentence c. main idea d.
9 Supporting detail 7. _ _ _ _ _ g a r b a g e c o l l e c t o r s 8. _____ Some garbage collectors, called step riders, get to actually ride on a step on the outside of the garbage truck! 9. _____ Through the eyes of a young child, being a trash man can look quite attractive and appealing. a. topic b. topic sentence c. main idea d. supporting details Have you ever wanted to be a garbage collector when you grow up? Believe it or not, many children especially young boys respond with trash man or garbage collector when asked what they want to be when they grow up.
10 If you re wondering why anyone would want to collect garbage for a living, remember that it s all a matter of persepctive, which is how a person sees things. Through the eyes of a young child, being a trash man can look quite attractive and appealing. First, garbage collectors get to drive big, fancy trucks! Many preschool-aged boys find trucks and other large vehicles fascinating. Not only do these trucks look awesome, but many also have a large robotic arm extending from the side to pick up and dump large trash containers. Some garbage collectors, called step riders, get to actually ride on a step on the outside of the garbage truck!