Comprehending Fiction is a series of blackline master narratives written for students. The comprehension questions following the story are mainly inferential, however, other question types have been used.
Coded answers to these questions are at the back of the book. The key to this code appears below and will enable teachers to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses in individual students and identify class trends.
- three levels of questioning provided – literal, inferential and evaluative
- questions are designed to make students think carefully about the clues given in the text
- series of 20 blackline master narratives written for each level stories have been sequenced in order of difficulty
- coded answers