Comprehension Of Informational Text 191-200
Locate information within a schedule.
Locate information using dictionary guide words.
Summarize an informational article.
Recognizes patterns in short info articles.
Recognizes character traits in an info article.
Evaluates author conclusions from info articles.
Identifies support sentences for the main idea.
Deletes sentences that do not support main idea.
Can place directions in correct order.
Identifies events as examples of cause-effect.
Analyzes persuasive language.
Determines author validity using info from reading.
Appropriately classifies a reading as informational.
Identifies where author using techniques to play with the sounds of words.
Find the EVSC calendar online; determine how many blue and gray days are in each semester.
In a standard hard copy dictionary, look up station, redemption, and ethic. Record what guide words are on each page for each of those words.
Read an online informative article or an informative article from your literature book; summarize the article by identifying the main point of each paragraph.
According to the link to the right, there are (5) primary organizational patterns for informative reading. Find an example of all (5).
Find an informative article that details something a person has done or created and identify (3) character traits of that person based upon info from article.
Read a news editorial and make (3) logical conclusions from the reading.
Complete a Reitz Main Idea graphic organizer for any online article; include the web address for where the article can be found.
Complete the task that is within the link to the right of this item.
Complete the tasks that are within the link to the right of this item.
Write a creative cause-effect paragraph using a series of if-then statements.
Explain what propaganda techniques do and identify (3) different techniques used in propaganda and/or persuasion.
Focus on the "authorship" portion of the link to the left. Using that portion of the article as a reference, make a list of crucial questions to ask yourself to determine an author's validity.
Briefly explain the differences between informational text and literary text. Include at least (3) characteristics of each type of reading.
Copy (5) headlines from the newspaper or from online articles that use some kind of "play" with words or some kind of figurative language technique to engage readers.