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Teaching nonfiction

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This teaching blog post describes how to teach reading nonfiction text structure in your classroom. It shows 5 ways to practice nonfiction text structures in informational texts. Free activities as well as paid nonfiction resources on teachers pay teachers. Includes examples of a nonfiction word wall, nonfiction text structure posters, nonfiction text structures anchor chart, nonfiction activities, reading centers, and nonfiction text structure graphic organizers with a reference chart.

This teaching blog post describes how to teach reading nonfiction text structure in your classroom. It shows 5 ways to practice nonfiction text structures in informational texts. Free activities as well as paid nonfiction resources on teachers pay teachers. Includes examples of a nonfiction word wall, nonfiction text structure posters, nonfiction text structures anchor chart, nonfiction activities, reading centers, and nonfiction text structure graphic organizers with a reference chart.

Teaching with Nonfiction Articles - LMB Literacy

Looking for ways to motivate students to read? Try these five free nonfiction articles to use in your classroom. No prep and ready to go!

Grab some ideas for narrative nonfiction activities in the elementary classroom and check out my favorite narrative nonfiction books that are perfect to use as mentor texts!

Grab some ideas for narrative nonfiction activities in the elementary classroom and check out my favorite narrative nonfiction books that are perfect to use as mentor texts!

How to Teach Author’s Purpose in a Nonfiction Text. The students’ job is to find the reason why the author wrote that. In this teaching resource blog we are going to explore how to teach author’s purpose in a nonfiction text to your students. Throughout this blog post, you’ll see some anchor charts, read alouds, and engaging resources. Check out these teaching resources here!

This blog post shows 2nd grade reading activities to use when teaching author's purpose of a nonfiction or informational text.

Teaching Informational Writing in 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade - Raise the Bar Reading

Informational writing can be a very new type of writing for many elementary students in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Primary students are usually used to writing in their daily journal or creating fictional

5 Ways to Teach Nonfiction Text Structure

Before studying to become a reading specialist, I had never explicitly been taught nonfiction text structures as a student and I also hadn’t been taught the importance of teaching them to our students as an