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The Navajo Code Talkers (Historical Nonfiction): Differentiated Comprehension Activity - Grades 4-6

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Students read an informational article about a group of American patriots during World War II!

This activity focuses on the following skills:
• Recognizing author's purpose
• Identifying cause-and-effect relationships
• Drawing conclusions

Includes step-by-steps for three levels of differentiated instruction: below level, on level, and above level. A student reading passage (all levels), leveled activity sheets, leveled reading response prompts, and more!

Teaching Tips

This lesson has been aligned to the following overarching reading standards:

- Uses the general skills and strategies of the reading process
- Uses reading skills and strategies to understand and interpret a variety of literary texts and informational texts

As well as to the McREL Content Knowledge standards for language arts:

• Set a Purpose for Reading
• Recognize Author's Purpose/Point of View
• Identify Main Idea and Supporting Details
• Compare and Contrast
• Recognize Cause and Effect
• Differentiate Between Fact and Opinion
• Draw Conclusions/Infer