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Comprehension Center Activities
Comprehension Card Write 8 sentences about the story. Make some true and some false. Give them to your partner to answer. Check their work.
Comprehension Card Write 5 questions about the story to ask during our class discussion.
Comprehension Card Write a paragraph that summarizes the story.
Comprehension Card Write 5 sentences about where the story takes place.
Comprehension Card Write 5 multiple-choice questions about the story for your partner. Don’t forget to check their work.
Comprehension Card Draw a picture that shows the main idea of the story. Write a title for it.
Comprehension Card Write 6 events that happened in the story on strips. Have your partner put them in order. Check their answers.
Comprehension Card Retell the story in your own words to a partner.
Comprehension Card Write about an experience you may have had which is similar to the one in the story.
Comprehension Card List all the characters in the story. Write a sentence to describe each one.
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Subject: English Language
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