Compare and Contrast
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Compare and Contrast Passages George Washington and Abraham Lincoln
Use these Compare and Contrast activities for Presidents Dayor any other time of the year.Suggested Use: Have students read facts about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Using one or both graphic organizers, have students jot down similarities and differences between the two presidents.
Common Core Grade 3: Compare & Contrast Texts RI.3.9 Practice
Common Core Reading Standard RI.3.9 for third grade wants students to compare the most important points that are presented by two texts. This document provides four passages and questions in a variety of formats for review of this specific standard. Science and social studies topics are included in the passages for easy integration with reading.
4th Grade Interactive Notebooks: Tools for Close Reading, Assessment & Response
In this new Common Core Era there is a sense of urgency for "Close Reading". Aligned to Common Core Standards for 4th Grade. In this product you will find lesson plan templates, text dependent question stem cards aligned to standards, Close Reading Sticks, Anchor Charts, and over 50 Quick Assessments of rl.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.9 and ri.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.9. Visit my store for first, second, or third grade aligned Common Core Close Reading Toolkits.