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The History of Television Non-Fiction Article



Total Pages: 42 pages
Answer Key: Included with rubric
Teaching Duration: 90 minutes
File Size: 22 MB
File Type: Zip

The History of Television Non-Fiction Article

In this The History of Television Non-Fiction Article, students will learn a brief history of television. This resource contains 3 post-reading activities for students to practice their reading comprehension skills.

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Resource Includes:

  • Engaging Non-Fiction Article: This article will help students learn about the history of television.
  • Modified and Regular Versions: Every student is unique; therefore, both the modified and regular versions of the non-fiction article are provided, ensuring that all learners can access and enjoy the material.
  • MP3 Audio Files: MP3 files for each article are provided to help with a variety of learning styles and needs.
  • 3 Post-Reading Activities: Assess your students’ comprehension with thought-provoking comprehension questions. Enhance their grammar skills with two options: paper-based activities and self-grading Google Forms. And watch their writing skills flourish with a long-answer writing response.
  • Answer Keys: Help assess student learning using the provided answers.
  • Seamless Online Learning: Both print and digital options are provided.

Why Choose This History of Television Non-Fiction Article?

✅ Versatile Usage: Use it any time you want to explore intriguing non-fiction material with your students.
✅ Comprehensive Learning: Promote reading and critical thinking skills with a single resource.
✅ Comprehensive Support: Benefit from a teacher lesson plan and a pre-reading K-W-L chart to guide your teaching journey.

Teacher Feedback 

  1. “This was a perfect reading tie-in to our Media Unit!”
  2. “Fantastic resource, students really enjoyed it.”
  3. “My students found this resource easy to understand and the activities were engaging and most importantly fun.”

Use this History of Television Non-Fiction Article with my Article of the Week Differentiated Lessons program and these Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers.

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