Hurricanes Reading Comprehension Activity


How to teach Reading Comprehension

Using Hurricanes Reading Comprehension Activity, students refer to details to explain what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences.

Reading Comprehension strategies help your students to understand the fictional texts that they are reading. This activity gives your students an opportunity to practice these strategies while reading any text.

Match the vocabulary cards to the correct definitions. Then, read the passage “Hurricanes” and refer to the text to complete the activity sheet.

Other resources to use with this Hurricanes Reading Comprehension Activity

If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about reading comprehension.

Use this Story Elements Graphic Organizer Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this activity by looking at a picture Next, students share facts and ideas about the picture. Push students to recognize when they are making an inference or sharing a fact. Example: a fact is that someone is smiling and an inference is that the person is happy. Then, students complete the activity with a partner. Finally, students share what they discussed with their partner.

Be sure to check out more Reading Comprehension Worksheets.

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