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THREE STEPS TO READING HARDER,FASTER, BETTER AND STRONGER

How Annotation Reshapes Student Reading

COMMONCORE READING RESOURCES

CLOSE READING

CLOSE READING WITH DOUG FISCHER

HARVARD LIBRARY GUIDE – READING CRITICALLY

Close Reading Handouts Bill McBride

CLOSE READING BOOKMARKS

PINTEREST – CLOSE READING

CLOSE READING ANCHOR CHARTS

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RUBRICS

CLOSE READING – JOIN THE CONVERSATION

TEXT COMPLEXITY

THE COMPLEX MATTER OF COMPLEX TEXT – HARVARD EDU

TEXT COMPLEXITY BOOKMARKS

TEXT STRUCTURES BOOKMARKS

PINTEREST – TEXT COMPLEXITY

ACHIEVE THE CORE – TEXT COMPLEXITY TOOLS

Finding Common Core Grade Levels for Texts: Guide to Online Tools

Understanding Lexiles and Common Core

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THIEVES STRATEGY

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THIEVES

 

Finding Text Evidence: Frederick Douglass

Grade Levels: 8th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.8.1

Your student will look for textual evidence in Frederick Douglass’ autobiography in this worksheet.

Finding Text Evidence: Frederick Douglass

Grade Levels: 8th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.8.1

Your student will look for textual evidence in Frederick Douglass’ autobiography in this worksheet.

Shakespeare’s Language: What’s the Meaning?

Grade Levels: 8th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.8.4

Your student will determine the meaning of some of the words and phrases from a soliloquy from Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

Character Analysis in The Red Badge of Courage

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.3

Your student will analyze the main character from the classic novel, “The Red Badge of Courage” in this worksheet.

Different Perspectives: The American Revolution

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.9-10.6

Poet Rudyard Kipling offers an alternative perspective on the American Revolution in this worksheet on point of view.

Find the Meaning: JFK’s Inaugural Speech

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.4

In this worksheet, your student will determine the meaning of some phrases in President Kennedy’s Inaugural Speech.

Mark Antony’s Oration from Julius Caesar

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.2

Mark Antony’s oration from Julius Caesar is the focus of this worksheet for determining the purpose of the text.

Setting the Scene: Great Expectations

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.1

In this worksheet, your student will analyze the setting in a scene from Dickens’ “Great Expectations.”

Slavery in the Constitution

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.9-10.9

Your student can compare different parts of the Constitution that relate to slavery.

Tension in The Pit and the Pendulum

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.5

Here’s a worksheet on how Poe’s uses structure to create tension in “The Pit and the Pendulum.”

Two Viewpoints: Lee Surrenders to Grant, 1865

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.9-10.7

In this worksheet, your student will compare the writings of Ulysses S. Grant with a painting of the surrender of Lee at Appomattox Court House.

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