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by Ruth Foster

eBook Nonfiction Reading Comprehension: Social Studies, Grade 3 epub
  • ISBN: 1420680242
  • Author: Ruth Foster
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Teacher Created Resources; 1 edition (February 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1170 kb
  • FB2 size 1462 kb
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High interest, nonfiction articles help students learn about social studies topics while developing skills in reading comprehension.

High interest, nonfiction articles help students learn about social studies topics while developing skills in reading comprehension. Each story is followed by questions that cover main idea, detail, vocabulary, and critical reasoning. The format is similiar to that of standardized tests, so as students progress through the book's units, they are preparing for success in testing"-Page 4 of cover. High interest, nonfiction articles help students learn about social studies topics while developing skills in reading comprehension.

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Social Studies, Grade 3. by Ruth Foster. High-interest, nonfiction articles help students learn about science and social studies topics while developing skills in reading comprehension. Each story is followed by questions that cover main idea, details, vocabulary, and critical reasoning. The format is similar to that of standardized tests, so as students progress through the book s units, they are preparing for success in testing. Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Grade 4. Nonfiction Reading Comprehension: Social Studies, Grades 1-2. Nonfiction Reading Comprehension: Science, Grades 2-3. Nonfiction Reading Comprehension for the Common Core Grd 6. Heather Wolpert-Gawron.

High-interest, nonfiction articles help students learn about social studies topics while developing skills in reading comprehension. The format is similar to that of standardized test, so as students progress through the book's units, they are preparing for success in testing.

I'm using this book with both of them, since science (and social studies) can be done together regardless of ag. The testing structure is ideal as well.

I'm using this book with both of them, since science (and social studies) can be done together regardless of age. This is a great supplement to our homeschooling curriculum. The topics are interesting and the units are not so long that they lose interest. Thank you for such an excellent and affordable reading comprehension series. The best I have found!

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Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Social Studies, Grade 3 by Foster, Ruth. Published by Teacher Created Resources,2006, Binding: Paperback
Comments: (7)
Peras
This is a great and valuable book. It teaches Reading and History. The History stories are not to short and not to long. They are also interesting and can keep my child's attention thru the entire story and this is no easy feat. After each lesson are questions that help them build their test taking skills and I like that they are multiple choice and a reasonable amount but not so many as to frustrate them. I liked this so much that I also bought the Science one from this company...I would highly recommend this book!!! I have included pictures of a couple random lessons...
Fog
My daughter has learning disabilities and comprehension is one area we struggle in. I homeschool and have many books for teaching any one concept so that I can reinforce the information learned and not just put information out there just because its a requirement. The layout of this book is great. Vocabulary words that will be referenced in the following story are taught and cover learning the words, but also teaches that one word can have a variety of meanings. The practice of teaching the vocabulary words also helps with fluency in reading and that increases comprehension. The stories told are interesting and informative. The quizzes help to reinforce what was read and delve a little deeper in the meaning of the story and not just the facts. I found this book to be well thought out and my daughters favorite way of learning Social Studies/History.
Gerceytone
I love how the book is set up. Since I homeschool, I also like the examples of different ways to implement usages of the listed words. I use a separate book and have him look up definitions, ABC order or use the words for a spelling test. The book is a great teaching tool for new teachers and parents homeschooling their children. I will look for more subjects.
Inabel
If there were one of these for every subject, I'd buy them all! My daughter loves the stories and the quiz. It holds her attention, gets the point across, and allows her to learn by making it more interesting. By far THE BEST social studies curriculum we've found for 3rd grade. I wish there were a spelling version. We will be buying the other subjects!!
Cordalas
I bought both this and "Daily Warm-Ups: Reading, Grade 1" by Melissa Hart. I vastly prefer this one. The stories are interesting and each is a page long (~250 words). Each story has 5 multiple choice questions. 3 of the questions typically come directly from the story, ie word for word (eg story includes: "The thick rubbery eggs protect the babies inside." and the question/answer is "Why are shark eggs thick and rubbery?/to protect the babies inside"). The other 2 can require a little more thought: "This story is mainly about...", and an analogy. The set of answers are generally constructed such that most or all of the answers are plausible if you haven't read and understood the story (or happen to know more than a typical child about the topic already). I feel that the difficulty of reading matches the difficulty of the questions well.

In contrast, the Hart book stories are ~100 words long. Each story has 4 multiple choice questions. In almost all cases, the questions come directly from the story. Moreover, the questions/answers tend to be answerable without having ever read the story, just from the knowledge a lot of 1st grader already have, which rather defeats the purpose in my opinion. Example: "Polar bears are found in... a) sunny Florida, b) tropical jungles, c) the freezing Arctic, d) the Pacific Ocean". I feel like there is a mismatch between the difficulty of reading and the difficulty of the questions, i.e. the questions would be too easy for almost any child who is capable of reading the text.
Qulcelat
Very helpful for parents and teachers to use with kids who need practice with reading and comprehension. Some of these stories
passages were very interesting and others moderately so. But, it is helpful if you have a reluctant reader and need some practice (I used them at home to make sure my daughter didn't experience the "summer slide" before beginning the new school year.
Faebei
Since we are home schooling we are always in search of good learning books. This book introduces ten new word before each story that you review with your child. Then they read their story and answer questions to evaluate their comprehension of the stories. The child has enjoyed the book as well.
Excellent stuff. This really has help my child on her test! She failed her first reading test and was told she would failed if she didn't pass on the second try. I made her do several stories out of this book until she got all right answers on the stories. She went to school and passed her test! and was allow to pass to next grade. Would buy again!

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