Create a Parts of Speech Newspaper - Ereading Worksheets

Requirements: Your eight stories should explain what each part of speech does ... horoscopes, comics, Dear Abby, letter to the editor, crossword puzzles or word ...

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Create a Parts of Speech Newspaper - Ereading Worksheets

Requirements: Your eight stories should explain what each part of speech does ... horoscopes, comics, Dear Abby, letter to the editor, crossword puzzles or word ...

Parts of Speech & Sentence Types Test - Ereading Worksheets

Parts of Speech & Sentence Types Test. Part A: Multiple Choice - Select the correct answer and shade in the appropriate bubble. 1. Which one is a declarative ...

Genre and Subgenre Newspaper - Ereading Worksheets

Accuracy: Did you correctly label the genres and subgenres of each of your articles? 1----------- 2 ----------- 3 --- ...

Story Structure – Parts of a Story - Ereading Worksheets

Story Structure – Parts of a Story. Directions: Take a story that you have read or a movie that you have seen and identify the parts of the story. You may use the ...

Parts of Speech: Nouns vs. Adjectives - Super Teacher Worksheets

Read each sentence below and look carefully at the underlined words. •. If the word names a person, place, thing, or idea, it is a NOUN. Write N in the line.

The Wallet - Ereading Worksheets

Jenny stared at the store window longingly. There was nothing in this world that she wanted more than a Happy Hannah doll and all that currently separated her ...

The Odyssey - Ereading Worksheets

Directions: Answer the following questions in your own words. 1. Why can't Odysseus return home? 2. Why does Athena want to help Odysseus? 3. Who are the ...

Summary Worksheet 3 - Ereading Worksheets

Summary Worksheet 3. Directions: Read each passage. Highlight or underline necessary information. Write your summary. 1. The English were not the first ...

Context Clues 1.2 - Ereading Worksheets

Context Clues 1.2. Directions: read each sentence and determine the meaning of the word using cross sentence clues or your prior knowledge. Then, explain ...

Theme Worksheet 6 - Ereading Worksheets

Remember, a theme is a lesson or message in the story. Write in complete sentences. 1. Frank and Joseph were super excited that the teacher assigned them to ...

Lord of the Flies - Ereading Worksheets

Lord of the Flies. Chapter One. 1. What item does Ralph find? How do all the boys know where to gather? 2. How do the boys choose a leader? Who becomes ...

Identifying Theme - Ereading Worksheets

Directions: Determine what the theme is for each story and explain your answer. Remember ... When he was six, Money Mark wanted to go to a basketball game.

Identifying Irony - Ereading Worksheets

Situational irony – This occurs when what actually happens is the opposite of what is expected or appropriate. Verbal irony – A character says one thing but really ...

Characterization Worksheet 4 - Ereading Worksheets

Identify a character trait that is revealed by each action. Explain your answer. 1. When Kaitlin got to Patrick's apartment, she noticed a foul smell. She looked ...

Animal Farm - Ereading Worksheets

How does Napoleon deceive Mr. Whymper? 3. Why do the Hens rebel against Napoleon? How do they rebel?

Interjections Worksheet - Ereading Worksheets

Interjections are words that express emotion. They are followed by either an exclamation point or a comma. These Are Some Interjections: Oh, Great, Wow, Ouch ...

Characterization Worksheet 1 - Ereading Worksheets

Characterization Worksheet 1. Directions: Read a short description of an event. Identify a character trait that is revealed by each action. Explain your answer. 1.

Pronoun Case - Ereading Worksheets

Directions: Circle the correct pronoun case. Identify the verb that the pronoun takes, and determine whether the pronoun is functioning as a subject or an object.

Clauses and Phrases - Ereading Worksheets

Clauses and Phrases: The Leprechaun's Treasure. Directions: circle the predicates; underline the subject; double underline the phrases. Example: Waking up ...

Context Clues 3.1 - Ereading Worksheets

Context Clues 3.1. Directions: read each sentence and determine the meaning of the word using cross sentence clues or your prior knowledge. Then, explain ...

The Odyssey Map Project - Ereading Worksheets

Do not worry about Telemachus journey, just reassemble the story that Odysseus tells so that the events are in chronological order. Requirements. • Your map ...

Tone Worksheet 2 - Ereading Worksheets

Tone Worksheet 2. Directions: Read each poem and then answer the following questions. Heat. By Hilda Doolittle. O wind, rend1 open the heat,. Cut apart the ...

Idioms Test 1 - Ereading Worksheets

Idioms Test 1. Directions: Determine the meaning of the bolded expression. Choose the best answer. Idiom: A common expression understood figuratively, ...

Onomatopoeia Worksheet 1 - Ereading Worksheets

Onomatopoeia Worksheet 1. Directions: Read each sentence and circle the onomatopoeic word. Also explain what makes this noise. 1. During a dangerous ...

Personification Worksheet 3 - Ereading Worksheets

Personification Worksheet 3. Directions: In each sentence, an object or idea is personified. Identify the object or idea that is being personified and explain which ...

Coordinating Conjunctions - Ereading Worksheets

choices is being used as a coordinating conjunction. Circle your response. 1. Nurse Kelly and Nurse Cole changed the patient's bandages. a) the b) changed.

Inferences Worksheet 9 - Ereading Worksheets

Inferences Worksheet 9. Directions: Read each passage and then respond to the questions. Each question will ask you to make a logical inference based on ...

Inferences Worksheet 1 - Ereading Worksheets

Inferences Worksheet 1 ... a logical inference based on textual details. Explain your ... What in the text supports your idea? 9. Which boy does Veronica like?

The Lottery Ticket - Ereading Worksheets

The Lottery Ticket. By Anton P. Chekhov. Directions: Read the short story and answer the questions that follow. Refer to the text to check your answers.

Text Structure 2 - Ereading Worksheets

Each is used at least once. Chronological. Sequence. Cause and Effect. Problem and Solution. Compare and Contrast. 1. The Age of the Dinosaurs.

Context Clues 3.3 - Ereading Worksheets

... could no longer tolerate the derision of his classmates, who would refer to him by no other name than Potty-Pants Clyde, so he transferred schools. Definition: ...

Four Types of Sentences - Ereading Worksheets

Directions: Identify each type of sentence and explain your answer. Types of Sentences: declarative, imperative, exclamatory, and interrogative. 1. The students ...

The Gift of the Magi - Ereading Worksheets

The Gift of the Magi. By O. Henry. Directions: Read the short story and answer the questions that follow. Refer to the text to check your answers when appropriate ...

Tone Worksheet 1 - Ereading Worksheets

Tone Worksheet 1. Directions: Read each poem and then answer the following questions. Ellis Park. By Helen Hoyt. Little park that I pass through,. I carry off a ...

Clauses at the Mall - Ereading Worksheets

Clauses at the Mall. Directions: Read and analyze each sentence. Circle the predicates and underline the subjects. Draw a line separating the clauses in the ...

Practice with Commas - Ereading Worksheets

Directions: Put commas where they belong. A few of these sentences do not need commas. 1. We are having peas and carrots roast beef and cake for dinner. 2.