Nonfiction text structure
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Teaching nonfiction text structure so your students can successfully read and understand informational texts
Kourtney Denning saved to ELA 2019-2020
Need to help bring text structure to life for your students? Check out these unique mentor texts that I've picked out just for you!
steph williams saved to TEACHING
5 Ways to Teach Nonfiction Text Structure - Raise the Bar Reading
Hooty's Homeroom saved to 5th Grade
Teaching text structures can be difficult, but with the right tools, you can conquer this skill this year in your upper elementary class. In this post, I am sharing my top 5 favorite text structure activities. You will find ideas fo teaching cause and effect, compare and contrast, order and sequence, problem and solution, and description. You can use text structure flipbooks and games to give students a more hands-on approach during readers workshop or literacy centers.
Deanna Straub saved to Text Structure
Identifying and understanding text structures is such an important reading skill for students. Grab several free text structure activities on this post!
These are strategies I've used to teach nonfiction text structure efficiently in my classroom, AND my students actually enjoyed the lessons!
Debra Hoenigke Smith saved to Teaching Ideas
Upper elementary ideas for teaching informational text structures with anchor chart, interactive notebooks, task cards, assessments and more.
Today, I’m rounding out the comprehension charts I’ve been sharing with a Nonfiction Text Structures Chart. You might also be interested in the Fiction Text Structure Chart and a Nonfiction Text Features Chart I’ve shared. Read even more about nonfiction text structures. *This post contains affiliate links. **The free printable can be found at the END ... Read More about Nonfiction Text Structures Chart
Amy Mc saved to kinder goodies
Teaching Text Structure can be difficult. Here are some tips for making learning text structure simple.
Angie Hopkins saved to ELA