Guided Reading: Question, Grades 5-6
Engage students with high-interest text as they develop foundational reading skills and improve comprehension.
Add an interesting twist to your language arts lesson plans with Guided Reading: Question for fifth and sixth grades. This reading comprehension book includes 36 leveled readers—six at each reading level. The readers engage students with appealing topics such as civil rights, Yellowstone, and more.
Create a comprehensive reading program with Ready to Go Guided Reading: Question. This resource book offers informational text for students at various reading levels and includes:
- graphic organizers
- leveled readers with intriguing topics
- prompts to encourage students to work with the text and text features
- discussion guides
The readers are separated by below-level and above-level comprehension skills and feature call-out boxes so students can apply guided reading strategies to the texts. Each nonfiction reader addresses fascinating topics and includes a writing prompt so students can show what they know.
The Ready to Go: Guided Reading series for first to sixth grades includes everything you need for guided reading organization. Each 80-page book is essentially a guided reading set, containing 36 total readers, six discussion guides, and three reproducible pages. Each grade span includes 8 books, focusing on the following reading comprehension strategies:
- Determine Importance
Each nonfiction reader contains short nonfiction texts, vocabulary banks, photographs, charts, and maps.