Use these basic activity sheets to help your students
get the most out of any Scope feature.
Cause & Effect
This graphic organizer helps students identify cause-and-effect relationships in nonfiction or fiction.
Help students understand and diagram the basic components of a plot, including exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. Can be used with nonfiction articles, Readers Theater plays, and fiction.
Problem & Solution
Students outline problem-and-solution relationships in fiction or nonfiction.
This activity sheet guides students to choose relevant details and create a comprehensive summary of a nonfiction article.
Reinforce new vocabulary with this great activity sheet, which helps students keep track of unfamiliar words they encounter in Scope articles. Read more about Scope Vocabulary here.
HANDY HANDOUTSScope Glossaries
Two terrific resources! We recommend that students keep our glossaries in their binders or on their computers all year long.
Have students use our nifty lists to check their essays before handing them in. Great guides for peer review! We have two versions:
Using effective transitions is a key writing skill.