Nonfiction Text Structures Paper Bag Book
Learning Nonfiction Text Structures helps students break down the text into understandable parts. This ENGAGING and FUN project teaches the five structures and provides students with MEANINGFUL PRACTICE. It can be used as a work station, in interactive notebooks, with small groups, or as an at home project.
Students learn how to use text features to learn information from nonfiction books. Students use the first seven pages for learning about each nonfiction text structure. Then, they pull the information together, practice reading paragraphs to determine the structure, work with texts (book list provided), write a sample for each structure, and summarize their learning. Again, you can use the pages in the book as displayed or in your interactive notebooks. The books also work well in guided reading groups and as a pair/share activity.
- The Scoop on Text Structures
- Breaking Down Structures
- Anchor chart for Description, Sequential, Compare/Contrast, Cause/Effect, and Problem/Solution
- Sorting Examples
- Identifying structures in nonfiction texts (2 books from list)
- Writing Examples for each structure
- Summarizing Your Learning
- Grading Rubric
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