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Informational Passages Reading Comprehension Worksheets In these reading comprehension worksheets, students are asked questions about information they have read about a specific topic. Each passage reads similar to a newspaper of journal article, and provides interesting information about some aspect of history, nature, mechanics, science, art. Our adult programs, for ages 18 and older, grew out of the strong need we saw to guide adults through their own rites of passage for transition does not, of course, end at age 18 (in many ways, it just begins!).
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Sep 21, · Reading passages with activities for advanced learners. BITS. Articles, short novels, audiobooks. bizarc.xyz Academic topics and quizzes. Read Theory. Practices for Adult Basic Education. Academic Search Premier (EBSCO) Thousands of full-text general, education, medical, and business articles and documents. Each passage relates in some way to the book's themes, concepts, characters, settings, or subject matter. There are three levels for every passage. Each passage's Lexile measurement targets readers at the Beginning of Year (Easy), Middle of Year (Medium), or End of Year (Hard).