Learn all about the brilliant Albert Einstein in this sixth grade reading comprehension worksheet. Activity includes comprehension questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary words. Answer key included.
Often in reading comprehension questions, you are asked for the definition of a word, which you have to infer from the surrounding text, called “meaning in context.” Here are a few examples with step-by-step solutions, and a few tips and tricks to answering meaning from context questions.
Reading Comprehension for Grade 2. Practice recounting stories, understand the overall structure, figure out the moral and answer the who, what, where, when of the text with this collection of fiction, non-fiction and poem reading comprehension worksheets hand-picked for kids of 2nd grade and aligned to Common Core State Standards.
The Reading Comprehension section tests your ability to read and comprehend both academic and non-academic texts. After you read each passage, read the questions that follow it and the four possible answers. Choose the best answer by filling in the space — see sample answer below — that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.
The General Writing test consists of two writing tasks of 150 words and 250 words. In Task 1, test takers are asked to respond to a situation by writing a letter, for example, requesting information or explaining a situation. In Task 2, test takers write an essay in response to a point of view, argument or problem.
Reading Comprehension Questions (3 texts) 3 texts: Gilman,“The Yellow Wallpaper,” and “Why I wrote The Yellow Wallpaper” and S. Weir Mitchell, “The Evolution of the Rest Treatment” In designing your answers, your goal is to answer each question directly and to provide supporting quotation for all your ideas. After each quotation, provide in parenthesesRead more about Reading.
ANSWERING THE QUESTIONS. 1. It’s OK to answer 1 mark questions with a single word or short phrase. Don’t waste too much time on the low mark questions. You don’t need to write out a full sentence it takes too long. 2. Look at the marks. With questions worth 2 or 3 marks you need 2 or 3 parts to your answer.
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