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Nonfiction text features

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This teaching blog post describes how to teach nonfiction reading or informational text in your classroom. It includes teaching nonfiction text features, nonfiction text structure. Free activities as well as paid nonfiction resources on teachers pay teachers. Includes examples of a nonfiction word wall, nonfiction posters, nonfiction text features anchor chart, nonfiction activities, reading centers, reading comprehension strategies and nonfiction graphic organizers.

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This free set of task cards focuses on nonfiction text features. It includes 24 task cards and 1 game recording sheet. Some of the text features include: heading, subheading, diagram, caption, glossary, index, table of contents, map, timeline, text box, cutaway, bold words, italicized words, photogr...

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New Blog Post by @MsJordanReads: "Navigating Digital Texts With Skitch" -- Free resources & tutorials for using this app in the classroom!

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A nonfiction text features scavenger hunt is such a fun, hands on, and authentic activity for students to see text features in real texts or reading passages! Using nonfiction text features is such a an

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This nonfiction text features anchor chart posters and activities resource is perfect for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd, and 3rd grade students learning to comprehend nonfiction texts at a deeper level. The text features graphic organizers and activities are easy to prep for teachers and engaging for students. #teachingnonfiction #textfeatures #nonfictiontextfeatures

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Next week we are going to learn about text features therefore I had to create some posters to help remind my students of all of the great te...

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After seeing a pin on Pinterest of a Non-fiction Text Features anchor chart by Julie from Second Grade Style, I knew that it would be a great way to review the text features that we’ve been using all year! We did this lesson a couple weeks before school got out and it went really well. […]

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