This is a wonderful tool that works with any type of informational or non-fiction text. This resource is Common Core aligned and was created for upper grades. Students are scaffolded through this response sheet.
We've practiced this by writing responses to whole-class texts, stand-alone prompts, and even questions like "what was the best part of your weekend?" Description from middleoflit.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
FREE Non-fiction Text Features packet. This packet includes everything your PRIMARY students will need to learn about text features. There is a scavenger hunt worksheet, for use with ANY non-fiction book, with picture cues for each non-fiction text feature. There is also a cut and paste activity so your students can make their own text feature posters.
Anchor Chart to guide students to identify key words to help them determine the point of view of a text. Worksheet to use with any text. Students determine the point of view the story and then write the keywords that let them to choose that point of view.
Nonfiction Graphic Organizer for ANY Article or Nonfiction PassageThis graphic organizer will help your students to think critically about any nonfiction article or passage you've read.Students will find facts, opinions, express their own opinion, main id