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Abraham Lincoln was born February 12, 1809.. Read about the life of Lincoln. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing Reading Comprehension Passages, Comprehension Questions, Example Of Biography, High Stakes Testing, Standardized Test, Middle School Grades, February 12, Biographies, Differentiation

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was born February 12, 1809.. Read about the life of Lincoln. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing

Students read a biographical passage and learn about Barack Obama. Comprehension questions check their understanding. Students will receive instant feedback as they learn about the 44th president. Students will learn historic facts and practice important comprehension skills with these engaging Boom™ Cards. Passage Writing, Reading Passages, Interactive Learning, Learning Activities, Middle School History, High School, Comprehension Questions, Student Reading, Reading Levels

Barack Obama

Students read a biographical passage and learn about Barack Obama. Comprehension questions check their understanding. Students will receive instant feedback as they learn about the 44th president. Students will learn historic facts and practice important comprehension skills with these engaging Boom™ Cards.

Read about civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions: main idea vocabulary organizational patterns inference summarizing Middle School History, Middle School Grades, High School, High Stakes Testing, Standardized Test, Teaching American History, Civil Rights Leaders, Reading Comprehension Passages, Differentiated Instruction

Martin Luther King Jr.

Read about civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions: main idea vocabulary organizational patterns inference summarizing

This nonfiction passage presents information about the amazing Terracotta Warriors discovered in Xi'an, China. Students check their understanding as they answer the embedded questions. The passage is informative, and interactive to engage your students. Students and teachers will enjoy the self-correcting, instant feedback provided by Boom™ cards. Passage Writing, Reading Passages, Interactive Learning, Learning Activities, Middle School History, Comprehension Questions, Reading Levels, Nonfiction, Terracotta

Terracotta Warriors Reading Passage and Questions Boom™ Cards™ -digital

This nonfiction passage presents information about the amazing Terracotta Warriors discovered in Xi'an, China. Students check their understanding as they answer the embedded questions. The passage is informative, and interactive to engage your students. Students and teachers will enjoy the self-correcting, instant feedback provided by Boom™ cards.

Nelson Mandela was a black nationalist who became the first black president of South Africa. His efforts are largely responsible for the end of the oppressive apartheid system in South Africa. Read about the life and accomplishments of Mandela. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing Middle School History, High School, Passage Writing, Teacher Introduction, High Stakes Testing, Standardized Test, Days In February, First Black President, Reading Comprehension Passages

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela was a black nationalist who became the first black president of South Africa. His efforts are largely responsible for the end of the oppressive apartheid system in South Africa. Read about the life and accomplishments of Mandela. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing

The British Empire switched to the Gregorian calendar beginning our current definition of leap year on February 29, 1752. Students read a passage about the history of leap year written at a 9-10, 8, or 6-7 grade reading level. The questions in standardized test format check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing Middle School History, Middle School Grades, Passage Writing, Teacher Introduction, High Stakes Testing, Standardized Test, Background Information, Comprehension Questions, Student Reading

Leap Year Passage and Comprehension Questions

The British Empire switched to the Gregorian calendar beginning our current definition of leap year on February 29, 1752. Students read a passage about the history of leap year written at a 9-10, 8, or 6-7 grade reading level. The questions in standardized test format check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing

On January 22, 1946 the Central Intelligence Group, predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency was formed. Read about the history of the CIA. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing. Middle School History, Middle School Grades, High School, High Stakes Testing, Standardized Test, Central Intelligence Agency, January 22, Reading Passages, Differentiation

CIA

On January 22, 1946 the Central Intelligence Group, predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency was formed. Read about the history of the CIA. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing.

February 22, 1997 scientists announced the cloning of Dolly the Lamb. Read about this major news story from 1997 and talk about the ethical considerations. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing. Family Photo Outfits, How To Plan, How To Make, Wall Art, Wall Decor, Logos, Ww Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Snacks Recipes
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Dolly the Lamb

February 22, 1997 scientists announced the cloning of Dolly the Lamb. Read about this major news story from 1997 and talk about the ethical considerations. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing.

Students read about Nelson Mandela and answer questions using the fun and self-correcting Boom Learning task cards. Passage Writing, Reading Passages, Reading Task Cards, Student Reading, Interactive Learning, Learning Activities, Middle School History, High School, Example Of Biography

Nelson Mandela Reading Passage and Questions Boom™ Cards™ -digital

Students read about Nelson Mandela and answer questions using the fun and self-correcting Boom Learning task cards.

George Washington the military general, was a Founding Father who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797. Students will read the life of Washington and check their comprehension using the embedded self-checking questions. Social Studies Resources, Teaching Social Studies, Example Of Biography, Middle School History, Days In February, Comprehension Questions, Reading Passages, Biographies

Boom Cards - George Washington Passage and Comprehension Questions

George Washington the military general, was a Founding Father who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797. Students will read the life of Washington and check their comprehension using the embedded self-checking questions.

Tokyo Rose was a name used by Allied troops during World War II when talking about female English-speaking radio broadcasters. The programs were broadcast in the South Pacific and North America to bring down morale of the troops. The Japanese propaganda emphasizing wartime difficulties and military losses. Students read the passage and answer comprehension questions to check their understanding. Reading Comprehension Passages, Comprehension Questions, Middle School History, High School, Example Of Biography, Passage Writing, Teacher Introduction, Tokyo Rose, Student Reading

Tokyo Rose

Tokyo Rose was a name used by Allied troops during World War II when talking about female English-speaking radio broadcasters. The programs were broadcast in the South Pacific and North America to bring down morale of the troops. The Japanese propaganda emphasizing wartime difficulties and military losses. Students read the passage and answer comprehension questions to check their understanding.

Students read a passage about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States and leader of the country during the Civil War. As they develop background while they are reading, students check their comprehension with embedded questions. Self-corrected and motivating, students will learn historic facts and practice important comprehension skills. Passage Writing, Reading Passages, Interactive Learning, Learning Activities, Middle School History, High School, Example Of Biography, Comprehension Questions, Student Reading

Abraham Lincoln Reading Passage and Questions Boom™ Cards™ -digital

Students read a passage about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States and leader of the country during the Civil War. As they develop background while they are reading, students check their comprehension with embedded questions. Self-corrected and motivating, students will learn historic facts and practice important comprehension skills.

The Boy Scouts of America was incorporated February 8, 1910. Read about the history of the Boy Scouts. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing. Middle School History, Middle School Grades, High School, High Stakes Testing, Standardized Test, Scouts Of America, Reading Comprehension Passages, February 8, Differentiation

Boy Scouts

The Boy Scouts of America was incorporated February 8, 1910. Read about the history of the Boy Scouts. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing.

Ronald Reagan was born February 6, 1911. Read about the life of this former president. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing Middle School History, Middle School Grades, High School, Reading Comprehension Passages, Comprehension Questions, Example Of Biography, High Stakes Testing, Standardized Test, Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan was born February 6, 1911. Read about the life of this former president. Use the questions in standardized test format to check comprehension and help students prepare for high-stakes testing

Joan of Arc, hero of France durig the Hundred Years' War, and She was captured, burned to death, and later declared a saint. Students will develop background knowledge about this heroic woman as they read the differentiated reading passage. They can check their comprehension as they answer questions based on the main idea, vocabulary, organizational pattern, inference, and summarizing. Middle School History, High School, Differentiated Instruction, Joan Of Arc, World Geography, Main Idea, Comprehension Questions, Inference, Reading Passages

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc, hero of France durig the Hundred Years' War, and She was captured, burned to death, and later declared a saint. Students will develop background knowledge about this heroic woman as they read the differentiated reading passage. They can check their comprehension as they answer questions based on the main idea, vocabulary, organizational pattern, inference, and summarizing.

Students read a passage about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States and leader of the country during the Civil War. As they develop background while they are reading, students check their comprehension with embedded questions. Self-corrected and motivating, students will learn historic facts and practice important comprehension skills. Passage Writing, Reading Passages, Interactive Learning, Learning Activities, Middle School History, High School, Example Of Biography, Comprehension Questions, Student Reading

Abraham Lincoln Reading Passage and Questions Boom™ Cards™ -digital

Students read a passage about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States and leader of the country during the Civil War. As they develop background while they are reading, students check their comprehension with embedded questions. Self-corrected and motivating, students will learn historic facts and practice important comprehension skills.