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"Wonder-Child"



"Wonder-Child"
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     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.8

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    classical, composer, operas, wonder-child, bowling, favorite, borrow, math, what, died, cats, born, money, pets, country, piano
     content words:    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Wonder-Child"

By Jody Williams
1     What is your favorite song? What kind of music do you like? If you had lived in the 1700s, your answer might have been classical music.
 
2     On January 27, 1756, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born. He was born in Austria. Austria is a country in Europe. Mozart's father wrote music. He was a violin teacher. Mozart never went to school. His father taught him. Mozart liked math. He also liked music.
 
3     Mozart started playing the piano when he was three years old. He became a composer of music when he was five years old. A composer is a person who writes music. He wrote symphonies when he was nine. A symphony is a type of music. In a symphony, instruments play together to create a song. It usually has different sections. Mozart wrote operas when he was 12. An opera is like a play. The actors sing the words.

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Reading Comprehension
     English Reading Comprehension: "Wonder-Child"
     French Reading Comprehension: L'enfant-miracle
     Spanish Reading Comprehension: Un niño de maravilla
     Italian Reading Comprehension: Bambino prodigio
     German Reading Comprehension: Das Wunderkind




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