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Reading Responses – Non-Fiction

Ways students can respond in writing to non-fiction text they've read

{FREE} Summary Graphic Organizers...Reading, Informational Text Grade Levels 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th Resource Types Printables...3 pages There are 3 {FREE} Summary Graphic Organizers! Enjoy

This graphic organizer, based on the Kylene Beers "It Says, I Say, And So strategy ( When Kids Can't Read/What Teachers Can Do, Heinemann 2002) provides a visual method for students to walk through the steps of combining information from the text with their own background knowledge to make inferences.

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Common Core: Reading Graphic Organizers for Informational Texts Grades 3-5

Common Core Reading Informational Text Graphic Organizers. Great for any nonfiction book or article.

Here's a model of the 3-2-1 Nonfiction Reading Strategy Graphic Organizer. It was 1st modeled by the T on how to complete it, then the kids completed one at a station. Being able to read informational texts effectively is a fundamental quality of successful readers. After reading nonfiction books or articles, this graphic organizer helps st. summarize what they have learned.