Each lesson will have short, informative text followed by comprehension questions based on what was read. It is suggested that a parent/teacher read the selection and ask the questions orally, answers can be given orally or written on notebook paper.
You can also use this unit as a guide for a notebooking journal. The student can read the lesson text (or a parent/teacher can read it aloud) and use a notebooking page for written narration using the questions as writing prompts. This often works better for students who struggle with reading comprehension questions.
Suggested vocabulary words are bolded. You can have your student look up the definitions to add to their history notebook.
The Natural Disasters Reading Comprehension Science Unit is intended to be a supplement to your study of natural disasters and geared for grades 4-8.
You will find answer keys in the index for each lesson.
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