Love this idea for studying text features as you explore a non-fiction text. Students mark what feature they found and document their learning on it. So many other easy to implement ideas in this pack too!
Reading informational texts is emphasized now more than ever and the ability to understand and use text features is essential for this type of reading. The learning goals for this lesson and activities are for students to be able to: Describe what a text feature is. Locate and identify text features in a book, magazine or electronic device. Describe the purpose of different text features. Explain how various text features can help them as readers. $
Text Features FREE: This text features game contains 27 game cards and a game board to help students practice finding various text features in nonfiction text. To play this game, a player will select a time card and a text feature scavenger hunt card. In order to move his/her piece forward on the game board, the player must find an example of that text feature within the amount of time shown.
Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction - Do your students need help understanding the differences between fiction vs nonfiction texts? These printables are perfect for making an anchor chart for your classroom as your students are learning to distinguish between fiction and nonfiction.