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- So you want your students to analyze literature and informational texts, but you don't want to grade yet ANOTHER stack of essays. Why not take a creative approach with this one pager bundle? Students will be able to dig deep into literary analysis of both fiction and nonfiction texts, and they will$13.50$15.00Save $1.50
Looking for a tech-savvy, convenient way for students to respond to informational texts? Try a digital one pager! Students can be creative and resourceful as they think about what they have read, incorporate elements that are relevant both to the text and their lives, and practice important technology skills along the way.
DIGITAL ONE PAGER CONTENTS:
- A tech tidbits video to help students get started with Google Slides features
- A secure PDF version of the Google Slides included
- A link for a Google Slides document with all the resources in a digital, Google Classroom friendly format
- Directions for use
- 3 different choice boards to help students brainstorm what they would like to include on their digital one pager
- 6 templates in case students need help adding structure to their one pager, but they can also use a blank page in Google Slides or another online platform
- 1 editable example of a digital one pager you can share with students to help them visualize the end goal
- 1 rubric with editable text that teachers can use to provide feedback and that students can use to self assess
This digital one pager is intended to be used with informational texts, and the prompts included are aligned to Common Core Reading Informational Text standards. It is intended for use with middle school and high school students. Students can use it with any informational text!
TOPICS INLCUDED FOR TEXT ANALYSIS:
Students can respond to topics outside of those included on the choice board. Some of the included informational text analysis elements are...
- key ideas or main ideas
- supporting details
- objective summaries
- connections and distinctions
- text structure
- word choice
- appeal to emotions
- author's purpose
- point of view
- mode / genre
- essential question
Is it editable?
- Rubric: The rubric in this resource is editable
- Choice Menus: The choice menus are partially editable in that you can change the descriptors in each box, but not the headings themselves. One slide is included at the end that has fully editable text options.
NOTE: The templates do not already have text boxes in place. One pagers can be abstract, and students need flexibility to insert text where they would like, adjusting angles and sizes as necessary. One of the built-in simple tech skills students will utilize while competing this assignment is adding their own text boxes, should they choose to use the templates in Google Slides.
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