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What is thunder? After reading a short article about extreme weather, middle schoolers must use information in the text to explain this weather phenomenon.
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- Use the worksheet to model how to cite evidence from a text to support an analysis or as an assessment of this skill
- The third in a series of 12 reading comprehension exercises
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