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What Is Text Structure

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Informational Text Response (Non-Fiction Text Features Main Idea) Any Text

Informational text graphic organizer

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Books that Have a Clear Problem and Solution Text Structure complied by This Reading Mama

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from MRS. LONDON

Teacher Resources

I.C.E. — Introduce, Cite, Explain. An acronym for teaching your students how to properly incorporate citations into their writing. Perfect for English teachers at the middle school or high school level. Print out the poster and hang it up in your room!

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from Classroom Freebies Too

Informational Text FREEBIES!

Informational Text FREEBIES! These worksheets have a lot of visual structure which is perfect for our special needs students. Document what features are present in non-fiction text as well as determining why the author put that in the story. Download at: http://www.teacherkarma.com/2014/09/non-fiction-tools-of-trade-freebie.html

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from Scope

Core Skills

What is #text #structure? #ScopeMagazine

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Expository Text anchor chart. Students can help in creation of this by first examining an expository text and discussing what they notice in detail.

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non-fiction text features anchor chart ... this is what I want for each child during our Science unit on penguins

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Writing Station - Student-Led

Foster your students' love for writing with this student-led writing center! Free up your time for small group instruction and planning, while they discover just how simple writing can be! This was created so that any question they may have during concerning the writing process, grammar, spelling, text structure, and so much MORE... can be answered by what is being displayed before them! Paid

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Expository Essay

This essential guide teaches development and writing of an expository essay. The 4 page guide includes: what is an expository essay, developing the idea, forming an expository essay, the conclusion, where do you place the thesis, structure of the expository essay, laying the foundation, outlines, re

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