Interactive Notebook~No need for a composition book!
This interactive text features notebook is designed to be made into a booklet that conveniently fits into your students' reading folders. Its purpose is to help your students understand the different types of text features, their purposes and how they help the reader. It is organized into four parts:
* Print Features
* Organizational Aids & Search Tools
* Informational Aids
* Graphic or Visual Aids
This resource can be used throughout the year as you teach and reteach RI2.5 & RI2.7.
Students can use this notebook year-round as they find, cut and paste examples from copies of articles and magazines they read during the year. Next to each sample they collect, they can write a sentence about how that particular example helped them understand the text from which it came or how it helped them locate specific information.
Includes two versions- One version has the description for each feature and how it helps the reader. The second version allows students to fill in this information with your guidance.
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