Pairing Information From Two Texts Worksheets:
Two Texts – Find two informational
texts and break them into pieces.
Pansies – Compare some
thoughtful poems with this organizer.
– Try comparing a poem with an essay on the same topic, you might
find some cross over.
Read the poems. Then, on a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph
describing autumn as if you are writing to someone who lives in a
part of the world where the seasons do not change.
Information – Choose one of the famous events in American history
listed below. Read at least two texts about the historical event.
White Shark – Find two sources that give you information about
the great white shark. Use the Venn diagram to record information
from each text.
– Choose an animal you would like to know more about. Use the graphic
organizer to record information from two texts about the animal.
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Home! – Pretend you work for an animal shelter, and you are
in charge of finding good homes for the animals.
Pop! Pop! –
Read both texts. Then, on a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph
explaining how and why popcorn pops.
Texts – Choose a country that interests you. Find at least two
good sources of information about that country.
Sources – When conducting research on a topic, it is always
a good idea to consult more than one source for information.