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8th Grade Reading Worksheets

8th grade students are a special bunch. They often behave as though they are too cool for school, yet they keep coming back. Ha ha. We love them. This page has all of my reading worksheets that were written at or around the 8th grade level. I've used this website to determine the reading scores, but you'll want to read and approve each of these worksheets before giving them to your students. I've worked hard to produce the following materials and make them available to you. I hope that these resources help your students reach your learning goals.

Only Include Worksheets Written at the 8th Grade Level Not Recommended
Include Worksheets Within 1 Grade Level (7th and 9th)
Include Worksheets Within 2 Grade Levels (6th through 10th) Recommended


Currently Showing These Types of Worksheets:
Reading Comprehension
Context Clues
Figurative Language
Genre
Main Idea
Point of View
Story Structure
Summarizing
Text Structure
Tone

Reading Comprehension Worksheets

These are great all purpose reading activities. Students read a passage that is around one-page long and then answer multiple-choice questions covering a variety of reading skills: comprehension, inferences, text structure, context clues, and more. The following worksheets are appropriate for a student reading at the 8th grade level.

“Gilray’s Flower-Pot” | By J.M. Barrie - Barrie, who is better known for creating Peter Pan, writes a whopper of a short story that highlights just how unreliable a narrator can be. This is a fun one to read out loud. View my readibility scores.
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“The Hydrophobic Skunk” | By Irvin S. Cobb - Cobb takes readers on a snipe hunt in this short, witty tale. Students should appreciate the humorous plot movements so much, that they may not even get hung up on the bits of dialect. View my readibility scores.
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“A Respectable Woman” | By Kate Chopin - The presence of a guest causes tension in a married woman’s home. Warning: this story deals with issues of infidelity, or at least the implications of such. View my readibility scores.
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“A Piece of Steak” | By Jack London - What is the difference between winning and losing? Sometimes, it can be less than you think. This is the story of an old boxer who cannot afford to lose his next fight. View my readibility scores.
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“The Son” | By Hermann Hesse - The story of a loving and patient dad who struggles with his restless and undisciplined son. View my readibility scores.
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Click here to view all of my reading comprehension worksheets and activities.

Context Clues

Students are often questioned on the meanings of challenging vocabulary words during standardized tests. It is difficult to study all of the words on which one might be tested. It is better to practice strategies for decoding challenging vocabulary words. One of the best methods of doing this is to use the context of the sentence to determine the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary. In other words, use the meaning that you gather from the words that you know to figure out the meanings of the words that you do not know. These context clues worksheets will give students practice figuring out the meanings of challenging vocabulary words based on how they are used in context-rich sentences. These worksheets are written at an approrpiate level for a student reading at the 8th grade level.

Context Clues 2.5 - This worksheet has another 12 context clues problems. Students determine the meanings of the bolded words based on the context, and then explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Context Clues 3.1 - This worksheet will help students sharpen their vocabulary skills with 12 challenging practice problems. Determine the meaning of challenging vocabulary words based on contextual clues and explain your answer. View my readibility scores.
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Context Clues 3.2 - This worksheet will give students practice with challenging vocabulary words. They will figure out what the words mean based on how they are used and then explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Context Clues 3.3 - This worksheet will give students even more practice with context clues. Students will determine the meanings of 12 more challenging vocabulary words and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Context Clues 3.4 - This worksheet features another 12 tricky vocabulary words used in context-rich sentences. Students determine the meanings of the words and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Click here to view all of my context clues worksheets.

Figurative Language

Figurative language techniques and poetic devices are often the subject of standardized test questions. It is an objective way to test one's poetic knowledge, so it's unlikely to go anywhere soon. That being the case, well-prepared students can determine whether any given line of poetry contains simile, metaphor, personification, or hyperbole. They can determine whether the speaker is using alliteration, consonance, onomatopoeia, repetition, rhythm, or rhyme. Students reading at the 8th grade level should be able to interpret the literal meaning of figurative phrases and explain them in their own words. These worksheets will give students reading at the 8th grade level plenty of practice with figurative language.

Figurative Language Poem | "The Grave" - This wry Robert Blair poems contains some great examples of personification and metaphor. Students read the poem and answer questions about figurative language and poetic techniques used in the poem. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Poem | "X" and "XXI" - This figurative language worksheet focuses on two short poem excerpts from Emily Dickinson. These are great poems that promote literacy and also have a bunch of metaphors. Students read the poems and answer questions about figurative language and poetic techniques. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Poem | "A Lady" - Amy Lowell's interesting poem focuses on an interaction between a young woman and an old woman. It contains metaphor, personification, hyperbole, and simile. Students read the poem and answer questions about figurative language techniques and poetic devices. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheet | Shakespeare - If you've never heard of William Shakespeare, he wrote sonnets and plays. Ha ha. Just joking. Of course you've heard of William Shakespeare. This four page worksheet has 23 figurative language examples taken from some of the master's texts. Students read each example, determine the technique being used, and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Personification Worksheet 6 - This worksheet features another 10 examples of personification from classic poems. Students find the object or idea that is being personified in each example and then explain the quality or trait that is given. View my readibility scores.
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Personification Worksheet 7 - This worksheet features 10 more poetic examples of personification. Students identify what is being personified and then explain the human quality or trait that is given. View my readibility scores.
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Click here to view all of my figurative language worksheets, and click here for all of my figurative langauge activities. I also have simile worksheets, idiom worksheets, personification worksheets, and figurative langauge poems.

Genre

Being able to identify the genre and subgenre of a text will help students form expectations. It will also allow them to catch when the author of a text is playing with the conventions of the genre. These worksheets will help students master their genre and subgenre skills. They are most appropriate for students reading at an 8th grade level.

Genre Worksheet 3 - This worksheet contains another 8 problems that will help students master genre. Based on short descriptions of texts, students must determine the genre and subgenre of a variety of works. They also must explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Genre Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has 9 problems to help students become genre experts. Students read short descriptions of texts and determine the genre and subgenre based on textual details. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Genre Worksheet 6 - This worksheet has 8 short descriptions of texts. Students read these descriptions and determine the genre and subgenre of each text. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Genre Worksheet 9 - This worksheet has 9 more descriptions of texts. Students read each description and determine the genre and subgenre of the text. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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You might be interested in my other genre worksheets and activities.

Main Idea

Finding the main idea of a text seems like a pretty simple operation, but actually it takes quite a few reading skills. First you must read and understand the text. Then you must be able to distinguish between key points and irrelevant details. Then you have to express the key point or points in your own words. Finding the main idea of a text can be pretty hard. It's a good thing that your 8th grade students have access to these main idea worksheets. These will give students a good amount of practice determining the main ideas in a variety of short texts.

Main Idea, Text Structure, and Valentine's Day - This worksheet has six passages related to Valentine's Day. Students read the passages, interpret the main ideas, express the main ideas as a title, and represent the text structures using graphic organizers. View my readibility scores.
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Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet | Robots - Students read six paragraphs about robots and identify and express the main idea of each. Then they write a title for the passage that expresses the main idea of the text, and create a graphic organizer that represents the structure of text. View my readibility scores.
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Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet | Bicycles - Students will have a "wheelie" good time completing this 6 question text structure and main idea worksheet. Students read each passage, identify and explain the main idea, create a title related to the main idea, and draw and use an appropriate graphic organizer to contain information from the text. View my readibility scores.
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Click here to view all of my main idea worksheets and activities.

Point of View

It's not just the story that's important, but how it's told. When we study point of view, we are particularly concerned with the telling of the story. We seek to identify the perspective of the narrator and consider how this influences the story. Is the narrator reliable? Is the narrator biased? How does their reliability (or lack thereof) influence our readings? How do narrator biases influence storytelling? These are the sorts of discussions that are opened up when one begins considering the position of the narrator. The following worksheets will equip your students with the terminology that one needs to intelligently discuss the narrator's point of view. These worksheets will also train and encourage students to begin considering the position of the narrator.

Point of View Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has 9 passages taken from short stories. Students read the passages, determine the narrator's view point, and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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You may be interested in view all of my point of view worksheets and activities.

Story Structure

Most stories written in the Western tradition tend to have the same parts: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. Not all stories follow this pattern exactly. Many stories have complex arcs and multiple story lines. Nonetheless, even complex stories tend to have these parts. Studying the structure of the story allows students to discuss stories more intelligently. Perhaps more importantly, understanding story structure helps students write better stories, and everybody likes better stories. The following worksheets and activities will give 8th grade students simple and direct practice working with story structure.

Story Structure Quiz | "Blood is Thicker" - Students read a short story about two sisters who learn to work together. Then they answer multiple-choice questions about the story structure. View my readibility scores.
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Story Structure Worksheet | "The Way of the World" - Students read a short story about an old-school businessman who must learn to adapt to the new world. Then they analyze the story structure and answer questions related to the plot. View my readibility scores.
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You may be interested in seeing all of my story structure worksheets and activities.

Summarizing

Being able to summarize a text is an essential reading skill. Teachers and test writers often use questions that ask students to summarize because providing an accurate summary demonstrates comprehension. But providing good summaries takes practice. Students need to distinguish important or essential information from information that enriches the text. Summarize must be to the point. The following worksheets will give some practice summarizing to students reading at an 8th grade level.

Summary and Main Idea with Trains - Students read four short passages related to trains. Then they summarize each passage and come up with a title related to the main idea of the passage. View my readibility scores.
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Click here to view all of my summarizing worksheets and activities.

Text Structure

When we discuss text structure, we are concerned with how the information is organized. Here are some common patterns of organization: cause and effect, compare and contrast, chronological order, descriptive writing, and problem and solution. Text structures change from paragraph to paragraph, and it is even possible for a single paragraph to use multiple patterns. One effective way to learn text structure is to use graphic organizer to visually represent the structure of passages. Almost all of the following worksheets require students to create and use appropriate graphic organizers. With enough practice, your 8th grade students may become text structure masters too.

Text Structure Worksheet 1 - This worksheet contains six passages, each structured using a different pattern of organization. Students read each passage, determine how it is structured, and add information from the passage into the appropriate graphic organizer. View my readibility scores.
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Text Structure Worksheet | Dinosaurs - This worksheet contains 6 passages about dinosaurs. Students determine the structure of each passage and put information from the text into an appropriate graphic organizer. View my readibility scores.
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Text Structure Worksheet | Natural Disasters - This worksheet has 11 passages about tornados, earthquakes, and other natural disasters. Students determine the structure of each text and put information from the passage into the appropriate graphic organizer. View my readibility scores.
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Text Structure Worksheet | Pizza - This worksheet has 10 delicious passages about pizza. Students identify the structure of each text and then put information from the passage into an appropriate graphic organizer. View my readibility scores.
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Text Structure Worksheet | Twisters - This worksheet has 5 twister related passages. Students determine the structure of each text and then put information from each passage into an appropriate graphic organizer. View my readibility scores.
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Text Structure Worksheet | Fireworks - Students will have an explosive time completing this text structure worksheet. They read 11 passages about fireworks, determine the structure of each, and create a graphic organizer that contains important information from the passage. View my readibility scores.
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Text Structure Worksheet | Computers - Students read 10 paragraphs about computers and determine the text structure of each. Then they create and use a graphic organizer to visually represent the structure of the passage. View my readibility scores.
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You may be interested in viewing all of my text structure worksheets and activities.

Tone

Tone is the speaker's attitude toward his or her subject. The speaker and the author are not always the same. In creative works the author may create a persona that expresses views and opinions that are contrary to the author's own. When we study tone, we are interested in the speaker's views and opinions, and how they are expressed. We generally use the same words to describe the speaker's tone as we would to describe a person's tone of voice. The speaker may be irratated with his subject or reverent. The following worksheets have poems in which the speakers use clear and pronounced tones. They should make for excellent practice or discussion of tone, and they are written at or around the 8th grade reading level.

Tone Worksheet 2 - This worksheet has another four emotive poems. Students identify the speaker's tone and support their answers by referring to the text. View my readibility scores.
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Click here to view all of my tone worksheets.

Those 8th grade students are a special bunch. What would the future of our world look like without them? It'd be a lot less bright. I hope this collection of worksheets and activities written at or around the 8th grade level will help you to better serve your students. I appreciate all comments, corrections, feedback, and suggestions. The easiest way to contact me is just to leave a comment below. Thanks for visiting!

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     /  March 21, 2017

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