This document provides quick reading comprehension questions to ask your student/child that relates to the book Tonight on the Titanic by Mary Pope Osborne. The ISBN13 of this book is 067989063-7. If you have any questions, feel free to message! There are 75 questions in this document.
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My Magic Tree House Text Dependent Question resources are the perfect way to get your kiddos back into the text finding the answers to those higher level questions. They are a great way to start prepping those second graders for the following testing year.
We use the Magic Tree House series in our enrichment groups and were looking for ways to go beyond the "in your face" straight forward comprehension questions and to get our students to go deeper. One of the problems we faced with close reads was all the text marking.
Here we are able to take a variety of questions and have our students dig through the text but instead of marking up our novels, they are showing their understanding of finding themes, defending their claims, comparing, and analyzing their reading.
Each one of our Magic Tree House text dependent resources has 10 questions which vary in type and complexity. There is a journal cover page if you want to print all the questions off and create a mini-workbook. Or if you would prefer picking and choosing which questions you have that option.
Our text dependent questions are ink friendly. All black and white. They are really simplistic and clean. We steered away from too many distracting graphics and focused on the content instead.
PLEASE NOTE***This is geared towards a second-third grade classroom but could meet the needs of higher first graders. These are NOT chapter by chapter comprehension questions.
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This is a Reading Comprehension packet to go along with the Magic Tree House Book #17: Tonight on the Titanic. I have used it with First and Second grade students. There is a cover page to make each student a packet, along with a comprehension page for each chapter. There is a page to preview the book and a page at the end for the students' thoughts on the book.
I have used the packet with both a small group of students and with a whole class at one time. You can differentiate when you use the packet. The more independent students can work on the book and packet on their own or with a partner, while you work with the students who need more direction and help.
In the packet, I have included different types of reading comprehension questions and activities, such as Text-to-Self (text, world) connections, Predicting, Visualizing, Character Traits, and different styles of questions.
I have the packet for Book #1 listed for FREE so you can see what a packet is like. Each packet I have made is specific to the book, so they are a little different, but you would get the general idea.
Thanks so much for looking!
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Here is a complete scheme of work that is perfectly suited to the changes in KS3 and four.
There are a variety of project based activities based around Shakespeare which links in a variety of different texts from a multitude of time periods and writing purposes.
Lessons are deliberately to be as engaging and stretching as possible.