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  • Laura Bates

    nonfiction text features def page for language and writing notebooks

  • Alicia Montgomery

    Reading Workshop Notebook insert. Going to be so helpful with nonfiction text features!!

  • Megha Ahuja

    Non Fiction Text Features

  • Erin Wagner

    This description of text features is awesome to add to next years reading notebooks

  • Trina Carter

    Reader's Notebook: Add this description of text features

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