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Help students develop and practice the skills they need to compare and contrast fiction and nonfiction passages. After each of the 25 pairs of passages, students are asked both multiple-choice and open-ended questions. Correlated to the Common Core State Standards.
Reviewed By: Ashley (Raleigh, NC)
Included in his weekly homework, my child received a story from this booklet, along with questions to answer. I was appalled when I read the first two questions he had to answer. They were both run-on sentences. I am quite disturbed that my second-grader is receiving materials that include run-on sentences for his reading/writing homework. How is he supposed to learn the proper way to write when materials he is supposed to be learning from are not even written correctly? Extremely disappointing!!!
(I must also add that before I completed this review, I read the sentence below the heading, "Your Review" that is provided on this website. It is also a run-on sentence! After the word "quality," there should be a period. The word "this" should begin a new sentence. Proofread!!!)