Reading A-Z resources organized into weekly content-based units and differentiated instruction options.
Give students direct and explicit instruction on key comprehension skills with Comprehension Skill Packs.
Each lesson plan follows the teach, practice, and apply instructional approach to support students as they build meaning from texts.
Students need direct and explicit instruction to know when and how comprehension skills and strategies should be used.
Comprehension Skill Packs deliver opportunities for repeated practice until these skills become automatic, enabling strategic, adaptable readers who can build meaning from text.
Every grade level includes a variety of packs, each containing a lesson plan and fiction or nonfiction grade-level passages in printable and projectable formats.
Introduce the pack’s target comprehension skill by modeling it in whole-class or small-group settings using projectable passages and tools.
Have students work in pairs to complete the Practice Passage activity. Use the Independent Practice Passages to allow students to work on their own.
Students can then move on to extension activities, such as Leveled Books and Graphic Organizers that focus on the same comprehension skill.
Follow the teaching guide for tips to teach the targeted comprehension skill, including a writing application using the Write and Share activities.