Ensure comprehension with this SELF-GRADING How a Bill Becomes a Law DIGITAL Reading Passage and Questions for Google Classroom™. The non-fiction reading passage in digital format is delivered through Google Forms™ but a printable copy is inside as well!
Topics include: How a bill becomes a law, Senate and the House of Representatives, and the presidential role.
Simply share the link provided, have your students complete the reading and questions, and open the responses to see their score. It’s THAT EASY! The Google Form™ questions are completely editable by teachers. You can easily add questions, delete questions, change responses or change the question type.
- Non-Fiction Reading Passage (2 pages)
- Teacher Directions
- Answer Key
- 15 Question Assessment to Check for Understanding
- Self-Grading Form to Save You Time!
- Printable Version
- Digital Version
- Multiple Choice (6)
- True or False (9)
- Editable questions
- Access to Google Classroom™ (if using the digital format)
- Google™ accounts
- Know how to ZOOM IN and ZOOM OUT to enlarge or shrink the screen
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