A LESSON-A-DAY FOR EVERY DAY IN MAY! WHAT HAPPENED ON THIS DATE? ENGAGING READING COMPREHENSION GOOGLE LESSONS FOR EVERY DAY OF THE MONTH!Featuring celebrities, inventors, sports, scientiﬁc discoveries, dramatic events and more… this series is sure to give you an unending supply of relevant and intriguing daily reading lessons. Each high-Interest passage is followed by a full page of skill-speciﬁc comprehension activities designed to sharpen essential reading skills. This lesson-a-day series is sure to become a classroom favorite! Ideal for bell work, enrichment, remediation, and review. Sure to motivate even the most reluctant readers!
INCLUDES STANDARDS-BASED READING & WRITING ACTIVITIES:
Stories are followed by skill-specific comprehension activities.
Questions are clearly labeled with the standard/skill that it meets.
LOCATE AN ANSWER
CAUSE & EFFECT
FACT OR OPINION
FIND THE MAIN IDEA
COMPARE & CONTRAST
USE CONTEXT CLUES TO FIND MEANING
All captivating events happened in the last 20 years!Reading Level: Gr 3 - 4
Interest Level: Gr 5 - 12
219 Google Slides
Answer Key IncludedMORE DETAILS:What happened on this date in history?
These daily lessons are great as morning work, bell work, and homework! Designed to get even the most reluctant readers motivated and anxious to learn more... The high-interest non-fiction topics include fascinating moments in sports, record-breaking events, pop culture, and cutting-edge science & technology, movies and more... All of the stories are about events that occurred during the 21st Century. Care was taken to choose topics that appeal to a wide-range of interests. Students will learn some serious and some fun facts while improving their reading skills.Easy-to-Use:
Simply download the Google Slides and assign them to your students electronically. We've done the work for you!Benefits of Google Slides:
If you've been looking for a way to integrate technology into your lessons, this is your answer. And the best part is you don't have to print, cut, laminate, or replace when you lose pieces....it's ALL DIGITAL!How do Google Slides Work?
Students read each high-interest story on a computer or iPad then answer the comprehension questions right on their copy of the slides. Teachers can see students' answers in real time, or review them later. Slides can also be printed and used as colorful classroom worksheets. You can assign a set of slides to each student, so that they have their own personal packet.