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Reading Informational Text, Grade 4 - Teacher's Edition

Evan-Moor Educational Publishers

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Provide your fourth grade students with rigorous reading comprehension practice! Close reading, academic vocabulary, comprehension, and writing activities support Common Core learning paths. The informational texts cover grade-level content-area topics and a range of nonfiction text structures, such as compare and contrast, cause and effect, and time order. Each of the 10 units presents a grade-appropriate nonfiction article and supporting activities that are easy to scaffold, including the following:·      dictionary page with content and academic vocabulary·      close reading activity·      reading comprehension activity·      vocabulary activity·      text structure activity The unit culminates in a text-based writing assignment that can be used as an informal assessment. Additional teacher support includes:·      Common Core State Standards correlations provided for every unit for easy reference·      Downloadable home–school connection activities and projects to extend learning at home.·      Guided reading level to help identify appropriate texts for students The informational texts and structures cover: Science Articles·      Getting to Know Snakes Text Structure: Question and Answer·      Weather and the Scientists Who Study ItText Structure: Main Idea and Details·      From Power Plant to Light BulbText Structure: Time OrderGeography Article·      The Mystery of the Matching Continents Text Structure: Cause and EffectSocial Studies Articles·      Being an Active CitizenText Structure: Main Idea and Details·      How Countries Create Their EconomiesText Structure: Compare and ContrastBiography Articles·      Julia Morgan: Architect and Trailblazer Text Structure: Time Order·      Roald Dahl: Master StorytellerText Structure: Time OrderHow-to Articles·      How to Keep Your Teeth and Gums Healthy Text Structure: Cause and Effect·      How to Make Snacks More Healthful Text Structure: Compare and Contrast