These leveled discussion questions about The Giver require students to read closely, make connections, and share their analyses. Included are leveled comprehension questions and suggested answers.
Nonfiction Comprehension Test Practice Level 2
Prepare grade 2 students for standardized tests with motivating informational text and comprehension exercises! Developed by reading expert Dr. Edward Fry this book focuses on increasing students' comprehension, word study, and language mechanics skills.
Nonfiction Comprehension Test Practice Level 3
Prepare grade 3 students for standardized tests with motivating informational text and comprehension exercises! Developed by reading expert Dr. Edward Fry this book focuses on increasing students' comprehension, word study, and language mechanics skills.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Students will learn to analyze and comprehend this well-known novel by completing fun yet rigorous lessons and activities provided in this instructional guide for literature.
The Giver: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Jonas learns that his perfect world is actually a fragile dystopia and plans to escape. Students will analyze and comprehend this lovely story through rigorous and engaging lessons and activities included in this instructional guide.
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Help students analyze and comprehend story elements of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas with lessons in this instructional guide that teach students how to close read, determine meaning through text-dependent questions, and more.
Esperanza Rising: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Detailing the lives of Mexican farm workers during the Great Depression, this indispensable instructional guide provides engaging lessons that will challenge students as they examine the award-winning YA novel, Esperanza Rising.
Of Mice and Men: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Aid students in analyzing this well-known story about friendship and loss. Encourage them to depict the struggles that Lennie and George face in their relationship by completing rigorous yet fun activities and lessons provided in this literature guide.
To Kill a Mockingbird: An Instructional Guide for Literature
Introduce students to this classic novel by completing fun, challenging activities and lessons and encourage them to explore social issues within the story, as well as make connections to current and historical events.
TIME For Kids: Practicing for Today's Tests Mathematics Level 3
These practice tests are the perfect preparation tool to help get students ready for performance-based next generation assessments. Build students' test taking confidence and give them the skills and ability to achieve maximum results.
180 Days of Writing for Fourth Grade
Increase students' writing abilities in various text types through these easy-to-use activities. In creative, theme-based units, students will learn about the writing process through mentor texts and then apply what they have learned to their own writing.
180 Days of Problem Solving for Third Grade
With the changes in math standards, teachers need an easy-to-use classroom resource to equip them with lessons and strategies to delve deeper so students gain a better understanding multi-step, higher-level problems.
180 Days of Practice Grade 4 Bundle
The 180 Days of Practice Bundle offers purposeful practice that will engage your students every day of the school year. Geared towards building key skills every fourth grader needs to know, daily activities focus on math, reading, writing, and grammar.
Creating Social and Emotional Learning Environments
This resource defines social and emotional learning and digs into the real work of incorporating SEL in K-12 schools. It makes the connection between research and practical application through real-life examples and testimonials of SEL in the classroom.
Using Primary Sources in the Classroom, 2nd Edition
Turn your classrooms into primary source learning environments! With more than 100 digital primary sources, fun activities, and model lesson plans, this resource contains everything needed to successfully teach with primary sources.
Document-Based Assessment Activities, 2nd Edition
Today's students need opportunities to evaluate sources and use evidence to support their conclusions. This K-12 resource provides both instructional support for teachers as well as a myriad of differentiated learning opportunities for students.
Get the Picture: Visual Literacy in Content-Area Instruction
This resource equips teachers with innovative strategies to develop students' visual literacy skills, teach students to analyze visual texts, comprehend both explicit and implicit messages, and engage in meaningful discussion.