Classic English comprehension resources
Comprehension plays an essential role in language learning. With these great comprehension, reading, and language-in-context resources, you can make sure that your students develop accordingly. Improve English language through critical thinking skills and deriving meaning from text.
Rules for doing a Comprehension Poster
This colour poster is perfect for printing and placing in the Classroom (grades 4 to 7) to remind children how to set out and complete reading comprehension. Comprehension Rules 1. Always write the date and the name of the Comprehension. 2. Number your work as it has been numbered on the comprehension. Your numbers must go in the margin. etc.
In this interactive PowerPoint presentation I help learners to understand how they should approach a comprehension text. I explain various questions that they might get and what each specific question wants them to answer. I also added examples and steps that will help them to remember the content. The following question types are discussed in this PowerPoint: Factual or contextual questions; Questions that ask for your own opinion; Inferential questions I also help learners to understand the following terms that they may find in questions: Explain; compare; list; quote; true or false.
Gr 3 to 4 Reading Comprehension Strange Occupations
Grade 3 or 4 reading comprehension about two strange occupations followed by 13 questions (including mark allocations) of varying difficulty. Font is large for learners to cope with reading the comprehension by themselves and mark allocation helps learners to understand how much to write. Most answers can be taken straight from the text but it is encouraged that learners try to answer in their own words. Language-based questions included.
All about Crabs - Comprehension
A simple and informative Comprehension about Crabs • Simple Comprehension – Great to do after a holiday • Includes a memo • Fun Facts about Crabs • Includes a fun drawing to be done at the end As it is not too complicated it is also suitable for remedial or English FAL
English GR 5 Response to Text
Grade 5 FAL Response to text Comprehension Visual text Language 40 marks MEMO included
English (HL./FAL) - Grade 6 - Term 3 – Project - Once Upon a Novel - Intermediate Phase
English (H.L.) - Grade 6 - Term 3 – Project - Once Upon a Novel 13 printable pages of assessments accommodating all skills, abilities and cognitive levels. Section A: Research – author of the book 20 marks Section B: Reading Comprehension and Summary based on a Book Review. 30 marks Section C: Analysing a Book Cover and a Blurb 20 marks. Section D: Writing and Presenting – a Summary of the Novel using a Story Mountain template. 10 marks Section E: Writing and Presenting - Descriptive Writing - a Book Review. 20 marks Total : 100/2 = 50 marks Included in this bundle are the tasks, memorandums, a book review graphic writing organiser, checklist and rubrics. Memorandum is animated for easy review and corrections. Can be adapted for Grade 4 – 6. These tasks may be used separately for Formal Assessments/Examinations. See Mrs Morgie's store for a PowerPoint on the Story Mountain. Mrs Morgie's Moments
Reading Comprehension - Extinct Animals - with language revision
Grade 9 English Home Language - can easily be used for Grade 8 as well. Includes: Reading Comprehension - Extinct Animals (with great pictures) Language revision PowerPoint Slide Show with marking guideline
Androcles And The Lion: Let's Practise Our Reading Comprehension (6-9 years)
The Story Of Androcles And The Lion In this work pack the child is asked to read the text and to answer some questions. The last question focuses on the meaning of words used in the text and the child then writes his or her own non fiction piece. The child also works through punctuation exercises - putting in capital letters, full stops and question marks. Let's Practise Our Reading Comprehension Packs are a valuable resource to help the child practise essential reading comprehension skills. Each pack includes an article for the child to read and then a series of questions. They are ideal for use with 6-9 year olds, who have reached some degree of reading fluency. The articles ask the child to retrieve facts, explain information and develop their own ideas as to what the writer is implying. Each pack contains vocabulary exercises, encouraging the child to search for words or phrases with the same meaning. Each pack takes the form of a mini topic or project. Answers are included. Watch the video below, for a sneak peek inside this fantastic series... https://youtu.be/Cdfqv-evt4Y www.guineapigeducationshop.com
Dinosaurs: Let's Practise Our Reading Comprehension (6-9 years)
In this work pack, the child is asked to read the text and answer some questions. The last question focuses on the meaning of words used in the text and the child then writes his or her own non-fiction piece. The child also works through punctuation exercises - putting in capital letters, full stops and question marks. Let's Practise Our Reading Comprehension Packs are a valuable resource to help the child practise essential reading comprehension skills. Each pack includes an article for the child to read and then a series of questions. They are ideal for use with 6-9 year olds, who have reached some degree of reading fluency. The articles ask the child to retrieve facts, explain information and develop their own ideas as to what the writer is implying. Each pack contains vocabulary exercises, encouraging the child to search for words or phrases with the same meaning. Each pack takes the form of a mini topic or project. Answers are included. 15 pages
Comprehension Practice Papers (At The Stroke Of Midnight) 9-12 years
Practise Comprehension Papers (At The Stroke Of Midnight) Between the ages of 9 and 12, children following the UK curriculum have to complete Standardised.Assessment.Tests (Sats). To help them practise for these tests, we have produced a new series of comprehension booklets. The Standards and Testing Agency states that the child has 1 hour to complete the test, answering the questions in the answer booklet. Read one text and answer the questions about that text, before moving onto the next text. There are three texts and three sets of questions in each booklet. The tests in this booklet are based on the KS2 Reading Assessment sample papers. It is important to try and complete them in an hour, but it is your choice. The more tests you practise the quicker you will get. 43 pages Watch the video below, for a sneak peek at this fantastic series... https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FcO_h_xvwb8 Find out more about Guinea Pig Education, in the video below... https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BRsqpWV4nTo
1 WEEK Of Literacy Distance Learning: Pack THREE (age 12-14 years)
One week of distance learning work for children 9-12 years. Give your children an hour of literacy work every day. Each pack includes 5 activities - one for every day of the week. This includes a reading comprehension, a story to plan, write and reinvent and a letter or diary entry to write -for example. There are 6 different packs (weeks) of work for this age. This pack includes (and suggested order): Mon- Write To Persuade In A Play Script With An Environmental Theme Tues- Write A Discursive Essay: Is Smoking Bad For My Health? Wed- Write An Interview And A Biography Thurs- Improve Your English - Brush Up On Parts Of Speech/ Test 5 Frid- The Accident Report - Creative Writing Tasks Written by a teacher and tutor. Is your child off school? Teachers and parents...Be prepared for SCHOOLING AT HOME. Guinea Pig Education are supporting schools where closures are taking place, by supporting parents to access educational resources from home. As teachers with many years experience, we have assembled some home learning packs that children will enjoy working through at home, independently or with an adult. There are work packs available for every age and year group. Age ranges are based on the ability of the average child in a year group. If your child is working at a higher or lower ability, in comparison to their age, you may need to go up or down a scheme. Simply, print each activity out on paper, using your home printer and your child can immediately start working. Our packs are very good value - they are heavily discounted and jam packed with work. At Guinea Pig Education, we want all children to have access to education, at this difficult time. www.guineapigeducationshop.com