Worksheet will open in a new window. Figurative Language Worksheet 8 - This four-sided worksheet has another 22 examples of figurative language techniques to give students the practice that they need. This is more great practice for standardized tests. Students predict what will happen next based on text evidence, and then they explain their answers by referring to the text. Determine the meanings of twelve bolded vocabulary words based on how each is used in a sentence. It has all of the worksheets that I've written at the 5th grade level. Point of View Worksheet 11 - This worksheet has 9 interesting passages.
Simile Worksheet 2 - This worksheet features 10 similes taken from classic poems. Here are all of my reading worksheets that were written at the 6th grade level. Reading Nonfiction Reading Test - Yes, this is in fact a reading test about reading. Then they explain the human quality or characteristic that is being given to the object or idea. A young man overcomes all odds to become the greatest hunter in his village. Author's Purpose Worksheet 6 - This is a double-sided worksheet with eleven problems on author's purpose.
This is a great practice activity for students working on mastering narrative perspective. It will also help your child recognize the style of an individual writer as they read, compare, and contrast two different texts. Students read each example, identify the technique, and explain their answers. Readability scores are not perfect and there are many different algorithms to determine readability scores. I'm using an average of five different scores for these texts. Students read each passage and identify the protagonist, antagonist, and type of conflict.
Koko Nonfiction Reading Test - Language is often thought of as something that separates people from animals, but what if you could teach language to primates? This will give you a good selection of texts that are appropriate for a 6th grade student to read. Theme Worksheet 7 - This worksheet has five more passages to give your students practice thinking about themes. Students read the examples, determine what is being personified, and explain which human ability or trait is given. Students read each paragraph and identify the structure of the text. Students read each passage, identify the narrator's viewpoint, explain their answers, and circle characters' thoughts. Students must determine the meaning of each idiom based on how it used. Illustrating Genres - Students write the definitions of eight troubling genre terms.
Types of Conflict Worksheet 2 - This worksheet has ten story descriptions, like the kind you might read on the back of a book. Once you find your worksheet, click on pop-out icon or print icon to worksheet to print or download. Point of View Worksheet 14 - This point of view worksheet features two double-sided pages for a total of 19 problems. Students read five short scenarios and determine the setting of each based on clues. This worksheet has it all.
Students read each example, identify the figurative language technique, and explain their answers. I´ve been try to everyday discover a new way to learn and teach and make education for humans being and change it in a fantastic experience of learn. Figurative Language Worksheet Edgar Allen Poe - This worksheet has ten figurative language techniques taken from the original master of horror's texts. Studying this story is a great way to lead into a discussion on the reliability of the narrator, as Poe's narrator is rather unreliable in this text. Fact and Opinion Worksheet 3 - This worksheet has 25 sports themed statements. It is the classic tale of a young couple who sacrifice their greatest treasures for one another and in the process prove that love is the greatest gift of all. Many of the questions are 'open ended' and as such we do not provide an answer sheet.
Learn more about the hidden threat lurking in millions of backyards around the world and answer some thoughtful and demanding multiple-choice and long-response questions. Read the sentences and figure out what the bold words mean based on how they are used. Learn about hyperinflation in Germany after World War I and answer multiple-choice and long-response questions about the passage. Warning: This text contains violence and may not be appropriate for younger students. Simile Worksheet 1 - This worksheet has 10 similes. There are some clever uses of metaphor, personification, and simile in this text.
Students read each statement, determine whether it is fact or opinion, and explain their answers. I do understand that when you are working on these by yourself, you may not be interested in answering short response questions. That was precisely what Dr. Then they draw a picture that represent each genre or subgenre. Hard Times Skill: Similes and metaphors Charles Dickens uses more detail than many modern writers do.