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This no prep resource contains nonfiction reading passages and activities to help students build a better understanding of what makes a good summary when summarizing informational text. The activities build on each other to help you scaffold and differentiate as necessary. Many summary examples ar
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
So your students are reading nonfiction articles and informational texts, but can they summarize them? My students, especially my struggling 7th - 9th graders, have often been at a loss for what to include in nonfiction summaries. I created this mini unit to scaffold their understanding.CONTENTS:a p
Help your students write the perfect nonfiction and fiction summaries as they read with these summarizing printables and Google Slides™ activities, perfect for use with Google Classroom™.Anchor chart posters and student reference sheet are informative resources for young readers both during the unit
Summary Writing Made Easy! Summarize reading passages in 4 simple steps! This summary worksheet offers a step-by-step process for both fiction and nonfiction summary writing. It provides a graphic organizer and worksheets that make summarizing easy! Each step is broken down into manageable pieces. I
This unit will help your students to summarize non fiction articles using the GIST strategy. This is a six week series of lessons helps students to focus on writing a non fiction summary. Help student to understand how to pull the main idea and key facts while researching. A great cross curricular
Let me summarize this for you ☺ - this no prep digital and printable product will help your students summarize nonfiction texts using the SWBST strategy! These ENGAGING nonfiction texts are simple and a great introduction to summary skills for your 4th, 5th, and 6th graders! Use these passages for a
Engage kids in finding main idea and summarizing informational texts. A slideshow models how to locate thesis statement and supporting evidence. Armed with these main points, students are able to write concise summaries.To support classroom and distance learning, resources are available in a variety
This document contains a graphic organizer and two versions of paragraph writing frame for helping ELL students write a summary of a non-fiction text. I use the longer paragraph-writing frame (it prompts students to add examples) with higher level English language proficiency students and the shorte
Summarizing nonfiction texts can be somewhat daunting for both students and teachers alike. It's pretty simple to teach students how to write a fictional summary. Just break it down by the plot. When it comes to nonfiction, non-narrative texts, it's not so black and white. The materials in this pro
This set includes: - Anchor charts comparing summaries from fiction and non-fiction text - Individual anchor charts for both fiction and non-fiction summaries - Graphic organizer for writing fiction summary (SWBST) - Lined paper for writing fiction summary - Graphic organizer for writing non-fiction
This presentation models how to find the main idea and summarize informational text. Students learn to find the thesis statement, which expresses the main idea; locate supporting details; organize and write a summary. To support classroom and distance learning, resources are available in several for
Summarizing and Synthesis ~ Students will read two selections per topic. They will use a graphic organizer to organize their thoughts before, during, and after reading about a given topic. Then they will write a short summary about the topic(s) they read about by synthesizing the information (text)
This summarizing informational text slideshow lesson and reading comprehension passage will model how to write a nonfiction summary. This resource includes an informational article on plastic waste and a digital slide deck for Google Classroom®.FULL INTERACTIVE LESSON FOR POWERPOINT® INCLUDES ARTIC
Great resource to use for guided reading instruction, reading interventions and writing support. Great for special education and ESOL.
The Digital Summary Writing Lesson for Non-Fiction was created to take young writers step by step through writing a summary paragraph. Everything you need for your Distance Learning needs when teaching Summary Writing. The skill of summarizing text and information is completed over a four week perio
Use these versatile worksheets with any nonfiction or informational text to teach nonfiction text features, reading skills, and strategies such as summarizing that increase comprehension. Select a text, press print, and get your students learning! Use with textbooks, newspaper and magazines articl
This resource includes 3 nonfiction reading passages and ready-to-print worksheets to practice summarizing informational texts. Digital worksheets for Google Classroom® are also provided to accommodate distance learning. I use this resource for OSSLT Prep and the OLC course, but it can be used for
DIGITAL PDF AND PRINTABLE PACKET: This one page Evel Knievel short reading passage works well for 3rd grade, 4th grade, ESL, special education and speech therapy students. First, they will read a short nonfiction informational text and answer summarizing wh questions: Who? What? Why? When? Where? Ho
These two anchor charts are from my Summarizing Fiction and Non-Fiction Text Set. There are two different options for non-fiction summary. Choose the best that works for you and your kiddos! To purchase or view the complete set, click here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Summarizing-
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Teaching how to write a summary for nonfiction text? This nonfiction summary bundle includes informational texts and summarizing worksheets with answer keys to model summary writing. Distance learning digital worksheets for Google Classroom® are also included.FULL INTERACTIVE LESSON FOR POWERPOINT®
Are you looking for a NO-PREP ELA SELF-GRADING skills assessment that will keep your students engaged while distance learning or in the reading classroom? Look no further! Each of the Google Forms "quick checks" include multiple reading passages, 10 questions presented in a variety of formats, and a
A graphic organizer that helps students learn how to summarize nonfiction texts.
I created this chart to help students retell or write summaries of texts they read. As a reading specialist I work with many students in small groups or 1:1. Many of my students used this chart as a reference point when I began working with them on retelling stories and summarizing. As I scaffold

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