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Newspaper in Education Week



Me, Read the Newspaper?
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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.2

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    curriculum, websites, participate, assignment, legend, writing, pointed, link, cooler, boring, order, swallowed, court, reading, business, form
     content words:    Education Week, Ben Johnson
Me, Read the Newspaper?

By Phyllis Naegeli
1     Alvaro dribbled the basketball around Sam and took a shot. It went through the net, and Sam grabbed the rebound, dribbling it back to center court. He took a shot and missed.
 
2     "Whew! Time for a break," said Sam, wiping his brow.
 
3     "I could use a drink of water," said Alvaro.
 
4     The boys walked over to a cooler on the sidelines. Sam and Alvaro each grabbed a bottle of water and sat down on a nearby bench.
 
5     "Great game. We tied, right?" said Sam.
 
6     "Nope," said Alvaro. "I won by a basket."
 
7     "No way; we're tied," Sam insisted, sitting up taller.
 
8     "We were tied. You missed the last shot. That means I win!" said Alvaro, taking a long gulp of water.
 
9     Sam thought for a minute and added up the points in his head. "I guess you're right. Do you want to play another round?"
 
10     "No, I need to get home," said Alvaro. "I have to read the newspaper."
 
11     Sam looked confused. "You need to go home to read the newspaper?"

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