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Each double sided sheet provides a list of possible text structure, clear (yet challenging) examples for students to label, and space for them to provide the clues/reasoning they used for choosing their answers: - Problem and Solution - Cause and Effect - Compare and Contrast - Order and Sequence - Description - Anecdote. Included are five separate text sets to practice with that are themed around animals, sports, comic books, video games, and cell phones.
Writing | Non-Fiction Reading | Summarizing | English Language Arts | Summary Chart Non-Fiction (BLUE) The big switch is on! Switching to the Common Core Standards means that a very large part of our school day will consist of teaching students how to read non-fiction. This non-fiction summary chart is a nice graphic organizer to help students tease out the details in order to write a thorough, yet succinct summary.