Wild Robot - Ch 61-65

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by Gay Miller

Price: 30 points or $0.3 USD

Subjects: ela,literature,litReadingComprehension,vocabAcquisitionAndUse,keyIdeasInferences,themesAndMainIdeas

Grades: 3,4

Description: This Boom Learning deck provides vocabulary and comprehension practice for the novel The Wild Robot by Peter Brown to your upper elementary students. The deck covers these CCSS for 3rd-4th grades: Answer and explain questions using details and examples from the story (RL.3.1, RL.4.1) Find and explain the main message or lesson of the story and summarize the story (RL.3.2, RL.4.2) Describe the characters, setting, and events of the story, and how they affect each other. Describe them in depth using specific details from the text (RL.3.3, RL.4.3) Understand the meaning of words and phrases in the story and tell the difference between literal and nonliteral language. Explain the meaning of words and phrases that refer to important characters from mythology or are used in different ways, such as similes and metaphors (RL.3.4, RL.4.4) The deck has various questions that assess students’ comprehension and vocabulary skills. The questions are modeled after standardized tests, requiring students to recall, infer, synthesize, analyze, and evaluate information from the text. The deck also has vocabulary cards that teach students new words from the text and their definitions. The deck is a great way to improve your students’ reading and vocabulary skills while exploring a classic.