Help students learn about cell theory, the types of cells (prokaryote and eukaryote), and the difference between animal and plant cells through this science reading expository text with a note-taking template that guides the students, comprehension worksheets that have leveled questions, and Task cards to extend the learning.
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This cells-guided reading expository text comes with note-taking templates, comprehension worksheets that have leveled questions, and Task cards to extend the learning. Perfect for Common Core Literacy Science Standards.
-3 Expository reading articles (Cell theory, Basics cell types, Eukaryotic cells: focus on the organelles and similarities and differences between plant and animal cells)
– 3 Notetaking templates to go with each article
– 3 worksheets to assess the students’ comprehension of the reading
– Answer keys to go with all worksheets
– 4 TASKS cards to extend their learning beyond the readings
– Lesson Design on how to differentiate the readings
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