Easel by TpT

You Selected:

Keyword

note taking nonfiction

Sort by

Grades

Other

Subjects

Prices

Formats

See All Formats

All Formats

Resource Types

See All Resource Types

All Resource Types

Don't see what you looking for?
Some filters moved to Formats filters, which is right above this one.
Results for

note taking nonfiction

7,720 results
Relevance
All Digital Formats
Google Apps
Activities
Use these 5 informative nonfiction dinosaur articles to help your students research, take notes, and write a dinosaur report. This unit provides:*Directions for an in class research report.*Five informative nonfiction articles about the Triceratops, Parasaurolophus, Protoceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex,
Do your students need support with taking effective notes while reading in the content areas? Do they struggle with Cornell notes? Are they visual learners? Are you looking for ways to incorporate non-fiction texts into your English classes?This template can be printed and used with any history/s
These were created for students to organize information as they research from more than one source when collecting notes for a nonfiction report or essay. There are 3 different organizers.
The 3-2-1 strategy is a great tool for students to use when reading nonfiction texts. It helps them make sense of their reading and document their understanding for you to assess and for them to study. I have included 5 different sheets that all are slightly different from each other. You pick whi
This tri-fold bookmark is a great place to jot down those notes while reading non-fiction material. It's a fantastic way to get a quick glimpse at your students' progress to make sure they are connecting with their books. The two sides provide lots of space for note taking. An interactive notebook
The possibilities are endless for these differentiated non-fiction note taking worksheets...silent/independent reading, a guided reading group activity, literacy center, reading homework response, etc. There are 2 levels in order to meet the wide range of ability levels in your classroom. Level 1-
These supplemental Resources are the perfect addition to your Non-Fiction Writing Unit. Use them to organize, self assess, and use higher level thinking skills to complete writing tasks!Parent Letter: Created general enough to be able to fit your instructional needs. These are great to send home at
Do you want your students to learn how to take notes INDEPENDENTLY? With this guide/template, this is exactly what will happen AND since it is based on text structure, it will strengthen their analysis and knowledge in this area as well. In addition, it turns into a study guide for test taking or p
A printable PDF handout for secondary students to fill in while reading a non-fiction text, such as a textbook. This handout could be completed independently, in small groups, or left as a sub assignment. It could also be used with newspaper or magazine articles. I use this handout as guided notes
Perfect organizer for note taking!
I use this note taking sheet to support y students in independent practice of RI3.8. After teacher modeling students are able to use this structure to show their understanding and comprehension of a non fiction text.
This is a Google Slides Presentation which you can easily assign onto Google Classroom and even download it as a PowerPoint if you would like.There are 2 sets of Note Taking Slides:Set 1 Includes Question Prompts: KWL-Question PromptsMain Topic-Subtopic-Details Graphic OrganizerDescription: All Abo
This presentation can help your upper elementary students become master non-fiction, note-takers! It offers some practical tips that students can use as they tackle non-fiction literature in your classroom. It also offers examples and practice to further knowledge! I hope you enjoy!
With his guide, students will know exactly what to highlight or take-note-of no matter what type of text they are reading, including poetry! There is section for reading fiction and non-fiction narratives; a section for non-fiction; a section for poetry and a "crossing off section" for what to elimi
There are 20 different Graphic Organizers in this download. These are specifically designed as a powerful tool to facilitate learning in nonfiction texts. Can be used at varying levels of comprehension to aid students in the academic process. Graphic Organizers and Note-Taking are the perfect way fo
I have created this graphic organizer packet in hopes to give teachers more resources to use when teaching young students non-fiction texts. After recently completing my first year of teaching I noticed that I had collected an abundance of fiction/story based graphic organizers for my students to us
Grades:
1st - 3rd
Nonfiction Critical Reading Learning Progression & Checklist - Can be used with nonfiction research note taking lesson - Checklist keeps students accountable and on-task as they work in groups - Learning progression allows students to track their learning and understanding of their work to keep
This non-fiction note taking form was adapted from an article by Karen Capraro in the September issue of Young Children titled "Let's SQUINK about It! A Metacognitive Approach to Exploring Text in a Second Grade Classroom." It is adaptable for all grade levels.
A great graphic organizer for taking notes on a text.
In order for students to comprehend what they read, they MUST read and NOTE! This guide gives students what they need: it gives them the points to take notes on, provides a sample of the notes, and directs them on how to set their note-taking page up. This guide also gives the teacher the opportuni
You can use this graphic organizer with any non fiction text to support better understanding.
Grades:
3rd - 8th
I use this booklet as a writing and research activity as my students are studying different types of bears and designing habitats. They use books and/or the Internet to find information on the various types of bears. We put the pages into 3 prong folders and the students work on them whenever they
Use this product to have your students take notes on each nonfiction text structure. Students can fill in this organizer as you make an anchor chart. They can use the empty box to draw in organizers to use for each structure, key words, or an explanation of the structure. You could as use this for p
This is a pointer sheet for students. It covers what to copy and not to copy. It also includes tips for how to check for accuracy and important details. This was created by Stephanie Byrne.

showing 1-24 of 7,720 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up