Non fiction text features • CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.2.5 Know and use various text features (e.g., captions, bold print, subheadings, glossaries, indexes, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.
Do you compare fiction to non fiction texts with your students? My #firstgraders and I built this anchor chart together, and it became a great point of reference last year. You can get some teaching ideas and freebies on my blog! (link in profile)
Fiction & Non-Fiction Book Report by - UK Teaching Resources - TES
TEACHERS! This is a great video explaining different parts of a non-fiction book: headings, sub-headings, captions, diagrams, glossary, the difference between fiction and non-fiction etc. The video is 6:32 long.
Nonfiction Text Features and Getting Wrapped Up in a Great Summary! Awesome for reading response that is not for fiction books!!!
Ways students can respond in writing to non-fiction text they've read... You can make these and bind them together!
Elementary Antics: Using Non-fiction Text Features Chart
FREE Non-fiction Text Features packet. This packet includes everything your PRIMARY students will need to learn about text features. There is a scavenger hunt worksheet, for use with ANY non-fiction book, with picture cues for each non-fiction text feature. There is also a cut and paste activity so your students can make their own text feature posters.