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After reading informational texts, students can write four facts about a topic and then draw a picture to show what they have learned. This helps to build comprehension while reading nonfiction passages.
Teaching informational text in high school ELA can be difficult at times.  I use an article of the week and student-choice hybrid model to make sure that I am covering the standards while still keeping students engaged.  Every week, I’ll pass out a new article-of-the-week graphic organizer.  Each or
This graphic organizer was made to be used with NewsELA, but can also be used with any informational text! You can find this product and 11 other graphic organizers in my larger Informational Text & NewsELA Graphic Organizer BUNDLE!★You will receive a PDF copy AND a fully editable Google Slides
Here is a graphic organizer to help students record the main idea as well as key details about a specific topic/book. There is also a section to add illustrations to support our visual learners. ~ A Kinder Project
Hello! This main idea graphic organizer is GREAT if you have texts that have more than 1 main idea. Often times there are only graphic organizers that have one main idea; however, in upper grade, there is usually more than 1 main idea in a text. Students will get practice with determining the main i
Use this graphic organizer as a note taking template while reading informational text. This graphic organizer asks students to find two main ideas within the text, find three supporting details for each main idea, and then use their notes to summarize the text.
Use these versatile main idea templates to teach informational writing.Help students understand the process of analyzing informational texts and/or content articles and current events while simultaneously unpacking an article and its content.This main idea graphic organizer templates help students t
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Do you have a really hard time teaching main idea and summary while reading informational texts? Good! I'm not the only one. To help teach this concept better, I started looking around for graphic organizers and found out that they are really hard to find. So, I created my own. The first co
This is a worksheet you can use as a pre-assessment, practice or assessment with your students. It's a non-fictional informational text that includes a pre-made bubble map fpr students to fill in the details, and a shark in the center where they can write the main idea.
This graphic organizer can be used with any informational text to help students identify the main idea of the text. Students will use the following strategies to find the main idea: Heading(s) First and Last Sentence Repeated Words Related WordsText StructureStudents will jot down notes for each
***For a Google Classroom version of this product, click here!Main Idea Nonfiction Passages {Volume 1}- Need a way to teach main idea with a focus on nonfiction? This product contains 10 nonfiction passages on interesting animals. Each text gives a main idea with several supporting details using co
These no-prep worksheets will give your students plenty of practice identifying main idea and supporting details in a variety of ways. There are 3 different types of activities included here:SET A:Each page features a short informational passage. Students will read the text and then answer two text-
Reading Notebook Anchor Charts for skills and strategies at your students' fingertips. This product includes anchor charts for each Reading Informational Standard for Grades 3-5. You might also like anchor charts for each Reading Literature Standard for Grades 3-5 here:Reading Notebook Anchor Chart
These reading response graphic organizers are an awesome tool to incorporate into your reader's workshop. Each graphic organizers is created using Google Slides and will work great as part of Google Classroom or for any distance learning assignments. This bundle includes graphic organizers for both
Are you looking for nonfiction summary graphic organizers? Look no more! Help your students write the perfect nonfiction summary as they read with these summarizing printables. This product includes link for Google Slide version and digital directions, too.Anchor chart posters and student reference
Main Idea Nonfiction Passages BUNDLE- Need a way to teach main idea with a focus on nonfiction? This product contains 20 nonfiction passages on interesting animals. Each text gives a main idea with several supporting details using colorful photographs and text features. You will also get main idea a
This is a set of graphic organizers for students to use when responding to text. They work with any book, story, or article and can be used as stand-alone worksheets or as a guide for students to plan their written responses. No prep necessary. Just print and use! A digital version is also included.
"You have literally thought of every activity to help kiddos understand summarizing in both fiction and non-fiction. This resource is gold! Can’t wait to use it with my students this upcoming year! Thank you."Help your students write the perfect nonfiction and fiction summaries as they read with the
Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, a must have for your Reader's Workshop, Guided Reading and Common Core instruction! This growing resource of engaging reading comprehension graphic organizers can be used with ANY non-fiction text.Perfect for guided reading, paired or independent reading, Re
Summarizing skills are made easy with this mini-unit that focuses on strengthening this difficult, yet important reading comprehension skill. This pack has two components, the first 64 pages of summary activities that help students practice summarizing nonfiction and fiction texts as well as a 42 sl
This pack was created for 2nd- 3rd graders struggling with finding the main idea in nonfiction text. It contains one informational article about the alligator. This pack is perfect for guided reading or as independent work. After students read the article and answer the questions and/ or fill
Practice Finding Main Idea while Integrating Text Features!This pack was created for 2nd- 4th graders struggling with finding the main idea in nonfiction texts. It contains one informational article about reindeer. There are three different levels of the texts. The levels of the running text are abo
Main idea and supporting details passages are here! Are you looking for activities to practice main idea and details? This print-and-go resource includes main idea passages with main idea graphic organizers. Just print and teach! Your students will love learning about different types of animals as t
Compare Contrast Two or More Texts: Close Reading Strategies and Activities Aligned with the Common Core State Standards Use the handouts to encourage close reading and compare/contrast of two or more texts or sources (may be used with multimedia sources such as graphics, videos, podcasts, etc.). T

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