Reading Comprehension Worksheets
We are working tirelessly on this area. We hope to have endless new topics for you covering all types of fun topics. Reading comprehension is a skill that takes a great deal of patience on both the part of educators and students. The research tells us that repetition coupled with consistent feedback tends to improve the mental activities required to improve our ability to take in information. As you will see below, we provide you so much practice, you will likely mastery reading comprehension before you run out of material to practice with. This selection of worksheets is often highlighted in about a dozen educator peer reviewed articles and magazines. So, we do think they a pretty darn good.
Reports - This is one of the first true open project-based learning assessments of reading that students regularly experience.
Ideas of Text - Being able to cut through all the fluff in a work and being able to pinpoint the meat is an important skill.
Themes - We are looking to tie together the truths of all the events of a story.
Cloze Reading Exercises - A great way to engage students and work on context clues, vocabulary, and build reading skills all at once.
Comparing and Contrasting Stories and Dramas - What makes dramas stick out from your normal run of the mill story is that they have the ability to either fiction or nonfiction and they contain a good helping of dialogue between the characters.
Preschool Reading Worksheets - Teachers at this level are hoping students have a good awareness of letters and follow the basic English reading pattern (left to right).
Literature Circles - Students form small groups and have discussions on literature. These worksheets really help teachers set this up in an easy way.
Literary Elements - Being able to master the use of these will really help you become a better storyteller.
Of Multiparagraph Text - This is the third progression (sentence - paragraph, multi-paragraph) in the learning the skills that are required to breakdown novels.
Reading Grade 2 Text - Contrary to popular belief students that read aloud well, are not always those with the best comprehension skills.
of a Story - We start to be able to diagnose stories and where things fit into them.
Reading Logs - A nice habit to get into to keep track of all the work you put in and make sure that you are following a proper training plan.
Response - This is how authors tailor their message to their audience. This technique helps them create more popular works.
Fluency - This is a measure of improving speed, accuracy, and using proper body expressions when reading aloud.
For Information - This will be a lifelong skill that will have relevance in everything we do. Those that excel at this, will excel at life.
for Purpose - These worksheets try to help you connect ideas and information you already know to what you are reading.
Sequencing - We begin to learn how to piece stories together and dissect them down into their simplest parts.
Science Related Reading Worksheets - All the work that students explore here are based on scientific process and many of the topics are content focused which makes this a very practical skill for students to practice.
- Students will need to thoroughly assess where these stories are taking place and fully understand what surrounds the characters.
Story Comparison - You have to look at both sides. How are they alike and how are they different?
Story Drawing - Draw a picture to show what these stories make you imagine.
Text - In this section you are trying to keep your explanation brief.