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Nonfiction Text Structures

What is text structure and why should you teach it? A quick guide to a powerful reading comprehension tool for elementary teachers.

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Informational Text FREEBIES!

Informational Text FREEBIES! These worksheets have a lot of visual structure which is perfect for our special needs students. Document what features are present in non-fiction text as well as determining why the author put that in the story. Download at: http://www.teacherkarma.com/2014/09/non-fiction-tools-of-trade-freebie.html

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Non-Fiction Insert for Reading Journals - What I like about this is most common source is upper left and least commonly used source is in lower right, with others sources from most to least used based on their relationship to these 2 corners.

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Nonfiction Text Structures

What is text structure and why should you teach it? A quick guide to a powerful reading comprehension tool for elementary teachers.

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Nonfiction Text Structures

What is text structure and why should you teach it? A quick guide to a powerful reading comprehension tool for elementary teachers.

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Expository Text anchor chart. Students can help in creation of this by first examining an expository text and discussing what they notice in detail.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Informational Text Response (Non-Fiction Text Features Main Idea) Any Text

This is a wonderful tool that works with any type of informational or non-fiction text. This resource is Common Core aligned and was created for upper grades. Students are scaffolded through this response sheet. Students must complete a pre-read where the

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