Hi-Lo Passages To Build Reading Comprehension Skills: Grades 3-4 (Hi-Lo Passages To Build Comprehension) by Michael Priestley

Book Title: Hi-Lo Passages To Build Reading Comprehension Skills: Grades 3-4 (Hi-Lo Passages To Build Comprehension)

Publisher: Teaching Resources

ISBN: 043954887X

Author: Michael Priestley

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Michael Priestley with Hi-Lo Passages To Build Reading Comprehension Skills: Grades 3-4 (Hi-Lo Passages To Build Comprehension)

  • Hi-Lo Nonfiction Passages for Struggling Readers: Grades 4–5: 80 High-Interest/Low-Readability Passages With Comprehension Questions and Mini-Lessons for Teaching Key Reading Strategies
  • Hi/lo Passages To Build Reading Comprehension Grades 5-6: 25 High-Interest/Low Readability Fiction and Nonfiction Passages to Help Struggling Readers Build Comprehension and Test-Taking Skills
  • Extra Practice for Struggling Readers: Phonics: Motivating Practice Packets That Help Intermediate Students Build Essential Decoding Skills to Succeed in Reading and Writing
  • Extra Practice for Struggling Readers: High-Frequency Words: Motivating Practice Packets That Help Intermediate Students Master 240 Essential Words They Need to Know to Succeed in Reading and Writing
  • Extra Practice for Struggling Readers: Word Study: Motivating Practice Packets That Help Intermediate Students Learn Key Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots to Succeed in Reading and Writing
  • Hi-Lo Nonfiction Passages for Struggling Readers: Grades 6–8: 80 High-Interest/Low-Readability Passages With Comprehension Questions and Mini-Lessons for Teaching Key Reading Strategies
  • Nonfiction Comprehension Cliffhangers: 15 High-Interest True Stories That Invite Students to Infer, Visualize, and Summarize to Predict the Ending of Each Story
  • 35 Reading Passages for Comprehension: Main Ideas & Summarizing
  • Context Clues & Figurative Language: 35 Reading Passages for Comprehension
  • 35 Reading Passages for Comprehension: Inferences & Drawing Conclusions