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Created: Apr 15, 2016
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RDG3-327 Recognizing Reality and Fantasy

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RDG3-327 Recognizing Reality and Fantasy
Grade 6 Reading Strategies
A.
What makes a story realistic?
  1. It has events that could happen in real life.
  2. It has events that could not happen in real life.
Grade 6 Identifying Genre
C.
Choose the sentence that is realistic.
  1. King James ordered everyone to obey the new laws.
  2. Prince Al asked the doves to find the missing crown, but they just laughed.
  3. The rats and mice had a great feast, and played music all night.
  4. Two fish walked up the street to the store.
Grade 6 Identifying Genre
D.
Choose the sentence that is realistic.
  1. The earthquake was so powerful that the state of Iowa disappeared.
  2. Fred was making tea for the dinosaurs walking around outside.
  3. Lisa waited for the teacher to show up, but she never did.
  4. No one wanted to talk to the twenty-foot-tall giant, as he was very rude.
Grade 6 Identifying Genre
E.
Choose the sentence that is make-believe.
  1. Tim rode his bike through the city.
  2. The birds flew over a house and rested in a nearby tree.
  3. Two princes fought over the money that they each thought was theirs.
  4. Brandon jumped over the twenty-story building and caught the burglar.