What Does The Text Say? Searching for Text Evidence Through Non-Fiction Close Reading.
Animal Groups Edition
In my classroom I plan my reading instruction using paired text and themed reading units. Most of my fiction lessons were based on read alouds, and my non-fiction lessons were project based learning and student led or shared research projects.
I found I still has a need for more skills based independent reading, especially when it came to identifying and using text based evidence.
So I created a resource that combined non-fiction passages to practice skills based standards, to foster independent reading and writing, and included project based and extension activities that my kids LOVE to do.
This unit includes:
* 6 non-fiction reading passages (for independent reading, small group, close reading, group research, homework, or assessment purposes)
* 6 text dependent questions sets (for independent and small group practice, or assessment purposes)
* 6 writing templates (for round robin writing, shared writing, independent practice, or research writing)
* 2 sets of teacher notes (how I use in my classroom & suggestions for your use
* 6 vocabulary posters
* 1 extension activity
Everything you need for a complete non-fiction unit on habitats. Print as a booklet for an easy no prep unit for the week!
*If you are looking for a research supplement ONLY, check out my Animal Groups research companion pack*