Nonfiction Text Features Project Nonfiction Text Features Paper Bag Book

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This nonfiction text features project hits all of the teaching points for teaching this skill. Using nonfiction text features help students better understand nonfiction texts. It can be used with strategy groups, as a work station, in interactive notebooks, or as an at home project. Once completed, the project works well for review throughout the year too.

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This nonfiction text features project hits all of the teaching points for teaching this skill. Using nonfiction text features help students better understand nonfiction texts. It can be used with strategy groups, as a work station, in interactive notebooks, or as an at home project. Once completed, the project works well for review throughout the year too.

WHAT DO STUDENTS LEARN USING THIS NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES PROJECT?

Students learn how to use text features to gain information from nonfiction books. Students use the first four pages to learn about nonfiction text features, compare fiction and nonfiction, find and use nonfiction text features within nonfiction books, and record how nonfiction text features help the reader. You can also use the pages in the book as displayed or in interactive notebooks. They work well in guided reading groups and as a workstation activity.

HOW IS THE NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES PROJECT ORGANIZED?

  • Cover
  • Characteristics of Nonfiction
  • Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction
  • How Nonfiction Text Features Help Us
  • Text Feature Examples
  • Sorting Fiction and Nonfiction Traits
  • Nonfiction Text Features Accordion organizer
  • Text Features in Books (Choose 2)
  • Summarizing Your Learning
  • Grading Rubric

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