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Informational Reading Lesson

Description: 

In this unit students will be exposed to a variety of non-fiction texts. Students will learn that non-fiction texts are an avenue for readers and writers to convey information through text. Using shared reading, guided reading and independent reading, students will experience how readers access and process information about a topic. This unit is the building block of non-fiction leading the students into focusing and using non-fiction text features and purposeful writing.

Learning Targets: 
Identify the difference between a non-fiction and a fiction text
Identify the main idea of a text
Retell key details from the text
Name, Identify and Use text features like picture, caption, headings, table of contents, glossary
Author: 
gibsonkaaps
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Resource Type: 
Licensing: 
Creative Commons Licence
Grade: 
Common Core Language Arts