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Main Ideas & Summarizing: 35 Reading Passages For Comprehension

by Linda Ward Beech
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  • Publisher: Teaching Resources
  • Publishing date: 01/07/2006
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 9780439554121
  • ISBN: 0439554128


Repeated practice builds mastery, and this book provides exactly the practice students need to master the reading skills of summarizing and finding the main idea. The 35 reproducible pages in this book feature high-interest nonfiction reading passage with short-answer practice questions that target one of these essential reading comprehension skills. Flexible and easy to use—in school or at home—the book also includes model lessons, assessments, and an answer key. For use with Grades 4-8.

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  • The entire series is outstanding!
    From Amazon

    My daughter is in 3rd grade and an avid reader but when it came to test questions she would be confused my all the detail of a story. This serial is fantastic all the passage are very interesting and we both have a great time reading them. I highly recommend these for grade 3 to 6, maybe 7th. great practice for the summer too!

  • Amazing and straight to the point
    From Amazon

    I got this as a part of a set to help me teach Summaries and Main Ideas. I liked the broken down steps that these worksheets offered. I did find the comprehension questions short, but for focusing only on Summaries and Main Idea, these books are great. The pages are not overtly decorated and are appropriate for students in upper middle school/junior high (6-9th). Most of the questions of the paragraphs are written as if they might appear on a standardized test, which is helpful, but it is unfortunately lacking in the development of written out answers. What also seems to be missing: an approximent reading level for each passage. I would have liked to see a few passages from reading level 2 or 3: so do stay in the 4th-8th grade levels. Overall: this is great to effectively check in repeatedly that a student can Summarize and find the Main Idea of a short piece quickly.

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