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Looking for a fun and engaging way to teach the Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure? Well, then you AND your students are going to love this Doodle and Do resource. First students “DOODLE” as they complete sketch notes about the sequential nonfiction text structure. Then, students “DO” six engaging interactive notebook activities to showcase their understanding of the nonfiction text structure.
Since the doodle notes encourage students to color, doodle, and/or embellish their notes as they learn, they are able to increase their retention of the material. Then, they can take their learning to a new level as they progress through engaging activities that help them develop, showcase, and master their understanding of the Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure. This resource will take at least 3 days to complete.
Great News! This resource is a part of the Nonfiction Text Structures Interactive Notebook Mini-Unit Bundle! The bundle includes Doodle and Do mini-units for each Nonfiction Text Structure: Problem and Solution,Compare and Contrast,Cause and Effect,Description, and Chronological Order.
About the “Doodle” Notes:
Students will develop an understanding of the Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure first by completing a set of doodle notes. Doodle notes are color-it-in, fill-it-in, and doodle-encouraging note sheets. They’re not only visually engaging, they’re also effective in helping students increase their focus and ability to recall information. Plus…they’re really fun! Students glue their doodle notes into their interactive notebooks. In this resource, there are 2 options of Doodle Notes:
About the “Do” Activities
After students complete their Doodle Notes it’s time for them to “Do” some fun interactive notebook activities. The activities are designed around lessons to help students deepen their understanding of the Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure. There are six activities in all:
Suggested Sequence & Planning:
• Doodle Notes on Chronological Order Text Structure
• Chronological Order Doodles
• Signal Words Fill-in-the-Blank
• Put Events in Chronological Order (2 sets)
• Chronological Order – Listening and Note Taking – “Mount Rushmore Memorial”
• Reading Passage and Timeline – “Ludwig van Beethoven”
• Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure Writing – “How-To” paragraph
This detailed “Doodle and Do” resource includes:
- An overview and set-up of the mini-unit
- Tips and tricks for implementing interactive notebooks
- Doodle Notes lesson plan
- Detailed Lesson Plans for each “Do” Activity
- Doodle Notes – 2 versions! 1 version has all the notes filled in. The other version is missing some information and students are required to fill it in while learning.
- 14 Interactive Shapes!
- Chronological Order Doodle Activity
- Chronological Text Structure Signal Words – Fill-in-the-Blank Passage
- Put Events in Chronological Order (2 sets)
- Listening and Note Taking Notes and Guide
- Chronological Order – Graphic Organizer
- “Ludwig van Beethoven” – Reading Passage
- Chronological Order Planning Page (2)
- Chronological Order Writing Sheet
- All Answer Keys
FYI: This unit is also available in a traditional format where students work in student packets. You can check them out here: Chronological Order – Doodle Notes and Student Packet
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