Genre Reading Unit for Upper Elementary and Middle School | Genre Posters
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This resource includes a digital Google Slides reading unit to teach genres to upper elementary students. This genre reading unit includes reading response examples, mini lessons, interactive notebooks pages, genre reading posters, rubrics, and assessments.
This unit includes everything you need to teach, and dig deeper, into reading literature genres and nonfiction genres in middle school and upper elementary.
As an upper grade teacher, I often find that I assume my students have an understanding of literary information like genres. My 5th-8th graders tend to have a basic and simple understanding of things like genre, but I want them to really be able to analyze and dig deep into these concepts and that is the reason for these types of units.
This unit includes the following:
- Interactive notebook pages with examples
- Common-core standard alignment
- Teacher data collections sheets
- Pre- assessments and post-assessments with all answer keys
- Genre Chart papers and poster to hang in your classroom
- Editable Genre Classroom Posters
In each lesson you will find the following format:
- Common Core Standards for 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades
- Materials Needed
- Reader’s Workshop
There are 14 mini-lessons in the unit
- Using Prior Knowledge to Understand Genres
- The Two Main Genres
- Informational/Non-Fiction Genre
- Fiction Genre
- Fiction and Non-Fiction Sub-Genre
- Why are Genres Important
- Reading Response One
- Format vs. Genre
- Using Familiar Books to Understand Genres
- Digging Deeper into Genres
- Reading Response Two
- Genre Culminating Activity
- Genre Post Assessment
Be sure to check out the preview to see a large amount of what you will be getting.