Total Reading has
available five separate sets of comprehension questions for children's
literature books with computerized book lists and instructions for
organizing your school library to better serve the needs of primary grade
children. There is no doubt that children who read widely in library books
and answer our literal, interpretive, and evaluative comprehension
questions score very well on standardized reading tests.
Comprehension - For each of 1200 books - vocabulary
preparation, literal questions for the teacher to ask while reading
the book, and story follow-up with main idea and
interpretive/evaluative questions, prepares the children for reading
comprehension while they are learning to decode.
Easy to Read
Comprehension (Total Reading Levels III-IVa) Literal
and main idea questions for all the Beginning to Read (1.5-2.5
reading level) library books with answer keys. The questions may be
removed to make cards to put with the books. Plus oral discussion
questions for 25 more Easy to Read books are included. A proven way
to get beginning readers into wide reading of library books.
Comprehension (Total Reading Levels IVbL, IVbC, and
*IVc) Extensive decoding, vocabulary, and comprehension questions
for 1200 library books at 2.5-3.5 reading level. Interest categories
range from boys and girls fiction to various science areas, history, and biography.
Grade Comprehension (Total Reading Levels IVc-V)
Critical thinking questions for chapter books at Third through Fifth
Grade reading ability and interest.
Reading - For each of 50 Social Studies and
Science Library books at 2.5-4.0 reading level: four pages of
decoding, vocabulary, comprehension questions, and follow-up
activities, which include crossword puzzles, discussion questions,
and statement fill-ins, as well as projects. A new direction in
Content Area Reading, suited to present day needs.
Buddies - Projects for
Cooperative Learning with children's literature.