Nonfiction Graphic Organizer for ANY Article or Nonfiction Passage. This graphic organizer will help your students to think critically about any nonfiction article or passage you've read. Students will find facts, opinions, express their own opinion, main idea and supporting details, author's purpose, and text structure. Subjects: Reading, Reading Strategies, Informational Text / Grade Levels: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
Why We Read Nonfiction~ Students use this layered flip chart identify different text structures. Beneath each one, students add examples from teacher or self-selected text. Great, adaptable idea from Life is Better Messy Anyway!
I use question strips most often when I want to guide students in reading their textbook or another type of nonfiction article. 7 – 10 questions will fit on a strip,depending on how involved the answer is to the question. I use a Word document in landscape orientation, then insert a table. Once I’ve formatted the individual column, I just cut and paste. Students work on them individually or in pairs, and then I review them with the class.
$ This product is designed to teach students about the 5 types of text structures. DESCRIPTION, SEQUENCE, CAUSE AND EFFECT, COMPARE AND CONTRAST, PROBLEM AND SOLUTION, Each of the five structures follows the same layout, and contains FIVE PAGES which will allow you and your students to study and analyze that particular structure. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/My-Products/Digital-Products/24853
$ This engaging activity puts a fun spin on learning nonfiction text structures! It also makes a creative bulletin board or school hallway display! It can even be used as a valuable addition to your students' interactive notebooks! DESCRIPTION, SEQUENCE, CAUSE AND EFFECT, COMPARE AND CONTRAST, PROBLEM AND SOLUTION http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Nonfiction-Text-Structures-Craftivity-featuring-20-passages-560076