Reading Informational Texts - Level 7
Nonfiction Passages and Exercises Based on the Common Core State Standards
Intended for Grade 7.
Reading Informational Texts adds challenging nonfiction passages to your curriculum, helping you meet the Common Core State Standards.
Informational texts can be difficult to find and teach — even for seasoned teachers — but the annotated passages in Reading Informational Texts help teachers and students alike by revealing rhetorical techniques, explaining historical context, and clarifying logical arguments.
Your students get the information they need, and you save countless hours of prep time. Plus, Reading Informational Texts Level 8 contains the longest texts in the series, making it great for deep analyses.
Texts in Level 7:
- John Adams: Letter on Thomas Jefferson
- C. P. Gilmore: “The Incredible Ruby Ray” (Popular Science Monthly)
- John Albert Macy: “A Supplemental Account of Helen Keller’s Life and Education: Personality” (From Helen Keller’s autobiography The Story of My Life)
- Booker T. Washington: Up From Slavery, Chapter I (“A Slave Among Slaves”)
Click here for more information about the Reading Informational Texts series.