Edit. Save. Welcome to Fourth Grade Reading Street Teacher Resources! He tries unsuccessfully to teach himself and after several humorous, yet failed attempts, he gives up the idea of becoming an Olympic gymnast.
nechols. Other. 5th grade. 2 years ago. 8 months ago. I made these trifolds based on the text passage ( The Gymnast) from the Reading Street grade 5 book. 109 times. answer choices . Our class will be reading, They Gymnast, by Gary Soto, an autobiography. Save. The genre of the story the Gymnast is. Edit.
The Gymnast - Reading Street DRAFT.
Scott Foreman The Gymnast DRAFT. If you have any original files you would l ike to share or any good links you think others could use, please send me an email, and I will add them. The Gymnast - Reading Street DRAFT. The genre of the story the Gymnast is Preview this quiz on Quizizz. 0. That Gary is interested in joining the gymnastic team. 66% average accuracy. Our class has also been exposed to many biographies as well. 2 years ago. Play this game to review Reading. The trifolds cover a range of skills - main idea, infer, summary, character traits, cause and effect, compare and contrast, vocabulary - context clues, genre, and other skills. (Pearson Reading Street, 2010) This lesson was created as part of the Basal Alignment Project , during which teachers created CCSS-aligned lessons for existing literary and information texts in basal readers. Tools They understand the difference between both genres. ... What conclusion can you draw about what appeals to Gary about gymnastics? This page is a "work in progress." 5th grade. Rags to Riches: Answer questions in a quest for fame and fortune. 71% average accuracy.