By far, the largest amount of traffic on my blog since the get-go almost a year ago has been the section on Nonfiction Text Features/Structure.
So, I’m following your lead. Starting next week, I’ll spend some time with nonfiction once a week (remembering that I’ll probably need to take a break in there to have a baby…we’re at almost 35 weeks and counting), posting some of the activities and ideas that I’ve used with the students that I’ve tutored regarding nonfiction text. I’d like to walk you through from beginning (redefining nonfiction) until the end (studying nonfiction text structures). I hope you’ll be able to find something that you can use at home or in your classroom.
Most of these lessons were designed for students in the 3rd to 5th grades, yet reading on a 2nd-3rd grade level.
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