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Properties of Waves (transverse and longitudinal) Science Reading Comprehension passages and worksheets

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Looking for a way to increase science reading comprehension and science literacy in your classroom? Help your students learn all about the type of waves including longitudinal and transverse waves, and how to measure wave properties including wave speed, frequency, and wavelength with note-taking templates that guide the students, comprehension worksheets that have leveled questions, and Task cards to extend the learning. Perfect for Common Core Literacy Science Standards.

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Looking for a way to increase science reading comprehension and science literacy in your classroom? Help your students learn all about the type of waves including longitudinal and transverse waves, and how to measure wave properties including wave speed, frequency, and wavelength with note-taking templates that guide the students, comprehension worksheets that have leveled questions, and Task cards to extend the learning. Perfect for Common Core Literacy Science Standards.
 
✎Print and digital versions
 
These comprehension reading passages and worksheets cover topics such as:
✅ Longitudinal vs Transverse
✅ types of waves
✅ how to measure waves
 
This will guide students through reading information on the properties of waves, how we measure waves, and the types of waves. They then have to apply their knowledge by answering leveled questions in the comprehension worksheets that accompany them and task cards at the end. They are perfect for use during the explain phase of the 5E model.
 
 
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What is included:
  • 3 Expository reading passages (Print and digital)
  • 3 Notetaking templates for each passage (Print and digital)
  • 3 worksheets to assess the students’ comprehension of the reading passage (Print and digital)
  • Answer keys to go with all worksheets
  • 4 TASKS cards to extend their learning beyond the readings (Print and digital)
  • Lesson Design on how to differentiate the lesson in your classroom
 
What teachers like you are saying
 
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐”Very thorough reading assignment. I used it with a substitute. It was easy for students and a substitute to use independently”
 
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐”Used it when a class went on quarantine. Worked well to present the material on waves.”
 
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐”Great resource, Love that the pack includes modified notes. The comprehension questions at the end are a good way to asses student learning. The summary scaffold with prompts is great for teaching students how to summarize effectively”
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