Smart Tutor’s Reading Comprehension lessons are designed so students learn to actively construct meaning when reading both fiction and non-fiction passages. Interactive high-interest lessons help students master key skills including identifying main idea , comparing & contrasting, identifying supporting facts and details, making inferences & drawing conclusions, predicting outcomes, recognizing fact & opinion, recognizing realism versus fantasy, identifying cause & effect, recognizing sequence of events and identifying story elements.
- matching pictures with story elements
- answering questions on fiction and non-fiction passages
- applying concept maps to identify main ideas and details
- employing flow charts to identify cause and effect
- hyperlinks to essential vocabulary words
Reading Comprehension Lessons
Read a story about Dan and Lee to see how they are alike and how they are different.
Learn about sequencing while making spoon puppets with Mr. Sanders.
Read a story and decide whether the statements are facts or opinions.
Explore rhyming and alliteration in Mr. Andre’s poetry class.
Explore the elements of a story with Denzel at the Movie Club.
Use context clues to help Jermaine solve the mystery of the missing hat.