Reading Set: 18 Passages
Forty-four men have
served as President of the United States. They have lead the country through
wars, economic depressions, and monumental achievements. Some were assassinated,
some died in office, two were impeached, and one resigned from office. The
stories of their lives reflects 200 years of American history. This reading set
on the presidents includes multiple grade levels and both fiction and
Reading Set: 10 Passages
The United States and Canada observe Black
History month in February; the United Kingdom observes it in October. While the
commemorative month is a good time to celebrate the achievements and culture of
the black community, this focus should not be limited to only one month.
Students will benefit learning of the accomplishments and struggles of people
of color at any time of the year. This reading set includes all grade levels
and multiple topics.
Reading Set: 13 Passages
With a little fairy dust, we can all fly to
Neverland by reading J. M. Barrie’s wonderful fantasy “Peter Pan.” This Reading
Set includes passages from each chapter of the novel along with related comprehension questions. Your student can follow
Wendy, Michael, and John Darling as they join Peter, Tinker Bell, and the Lost
Boys in their adventures with that famous pirate villain, Captain Hook.
Reading Set: 17 Passages
There are many unsung
African American heros and heroines in science and technology. Their
contributions are often unknown to most people, although their inventions are
of great importance. Many of these inventions were fundamental in engineering,
agricultural, and medicine. This Reading Set introduces some of these inventors
and their inventions to students.
Reading Set: 7 Passages
The French Revolution
began in 1789 and took the idea of modern democracy from the fledgling United
States to Europe. A period of social, political, and economic upheaval, it has
been the setting for many seminal works by major authors, including Charles Dickens
and Victor Hugo. This Reading Set includes both fiction and nonfiction
passages along with related reading comprehension questions.
Reading Set: 6 Passages
"For never was there a tale of more
woe/Than this of Juliet and her Romeo." The last lines of William
Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" perfectly sum up the story of the
star-crossed young lovers. Perhaps the most approachable of the Bard's plays,
"Romeo and Juliet" is a masterpiece of hope, love, and sorrow.
Included in this Reading Set are some of the most notable scenes of the play.
Reading Set: 4 Passages
Lewis Carroll's iconic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is a journey with little Alice through a fantastical world full of vanishing cats and mad tea parties. This learning set of passages is from each chapter in the book, beginning with Alice following the white rabbit down the hole into Wonderland to the final chapter with Alice on the witness stand.
Reading Set: 12 Passages
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