The Fox and the Crow
Test your pupils' reading comprehension skills with a brief exercise. Learners read a short passage and then respond to three multiple choice questions about the text.
45 Views 37 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
- Since the story is about two animals, add this into a unit on fables or allegories
- Extend the activity by coming up with a couple of short answer questions about the text
- The text and questions are nicely formatted and everything fits on one page
- The questions provided do require learners to make inferences, but could be improved upon
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