Comprehension Of Informational Text 181-190
Locate and summarize info from a Venn diagram.
Make a prediction about a text as you read it.
Infer (figure out) the content of a text based upon its title.
Draw a conclusion based up info supplied in a text.
Rephrase the main idea.
Analyze a short informative article or passage.
Identify a topic sentence within an info article.
Locate and paraphrase (put in your own words) directions within an info article.
Determine a logical cause for an event.
Recognize facts in info articles.
Distinguish between fact and propaganda.
Evaluate an author's point of view based upon an info article.
Copy the worksheet contained within the link to the left. Then compare and contrast middle school and high school.
Complete the practice questions that are within the link to the left of this item.
Using the table of contents of any one of your textbooks, find (3) informative articles and determine what the articles are about without reading them.
Find any informative article and read it carefully, Then, write some reasonable (logical) conclusion that you can draw from the article. It might be a prediction that includes an if/then statement like if we become organized while we're young, we are more likely to be organized adults.
Find an informative article and circle the main idea and underline each supporting idea. Then, rephrase the main idea.
Read an informative article online or from your text, and answer the 5 W's--who is the audience, what is the purpose of the article, where does it take place, when was the article published, and why is this article relevant.
Read an informative article from the internet or from your textbook and identify the topic sentences in each paragraph.
Locate the steps of writing a research paper. Number the steps and paraphrase them (rewrite them in your own words).
Complete the practice items within the link to the left of this item. Write the answers to questions 1-5 on lined paper after reading the article on Yellowston National Park.
Locate any informative article and underline every fact within that article.
Find a piece of propaganda and explain why it qualifies as propaganda.
Make a list of things to look for when trying to determine a writer's point of view