Giving Students Choices with Informational Text- great freebie for doing this!!

Giving Choices with Informational Text & A Freebie!

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My list of free nonfiction articles that are all online. I'm always in need of online nonfiction texts, and this list has saved my life! (number 5 is my fav!)

Teaching Resources for Upper Elementary: Free Resources for Non-Fiction Texts

Three Ways to Annotate: 1) Code reading assignments with your favorite graphic codes. 2) Tag text with a purpose by using color-coded Post-Its. 3) Use academic response stems to interact with the writer/reporter/author. **Annotating helps struggling readers to focus and proficient readers to record ideas for essays.

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Nonfiction text idea.

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Informational Mentor Text List (for every 2nd Grade

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Corkboard Connections: Tips for Teaching Informational Text (Includes a freebie from Graphic Organizers)

Corkboard Connections: Tips for Teaching Informational Text

Nonfiction text features

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A great anchor chart to use to teach the difference between Fiction and Non-Fiction books.

Fiction and Non-Fiction Anchor Chart

Non-Fiction and Fiction - Read the titles of the books and sort, cut and paste.

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Non-Fiction Text Features Scavenger Hunt #TPT #FREE

Fern's Freebie Friday ~ Non-Fiction Text Features Scavenger Hunt

Scholastic posted this on FB. I love it's simplicity.

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Common Core Non-Fiction Activity Worksheets. These can turn any Non-Fiction text into a student center!

Non-Fiction Reading Centers } NO PREP

NON-FICTION Activity Sheets! Go with ANY text. Literacy Centers & Guided Reading! FREE

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Fiction vs. Nonfiction Text Features (from Stories By Storie)

Stories By Storie: Diving Into Nonfiction Text Features

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was and remains a significant part of our American history. Share essential information and review reading informational text with your 4-6th grade students using these informational text task cards. Contents include: -clear directions for easy implementation -20-task cards for student-use -student answer document -answer key

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A list of FREE online resources for Non-Fiction Texts and Articles. Perfect for Reading Centers. Grades 3-6

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A Nonfiction Summary Anchor Chart

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Practice Non-Fiction Main Idea with TFK, Scholastic News, and other articles! Cut off the titles and have students re-write the titles using their main idea magic :)

Teaching With a Mountain View: Non-Fiction Main Idea

3 great and FREE places to find nonfiction articles online! Perfect for 5th - 7th grade :)

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Have students analyze informational text using this product and manila folders!

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240 pages! An entire year of Common Core Weekly reading reviews! 40 passages with comprehension questions for each and editable question pages too! Great as homework, morning work, daily work or as an assessment tool. $

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That's a Good Question! Encouraging Inquiry through Nonfiction Texts….TERRIFIC post on critical thinking!!

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16 Half-Page task cards, each with a high-interest nonfiction passage and 6 literal questions about the passage Each card includes a Who, What, Wh...

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The Curious Apple: Differentiated Instruction

The Curious Apple: Differentiated Instruction