NON FICTION DESK TAGS STUDENT NON FICTION REFERENCE: Desk tags are no longer just for elementary students! These ready-to-use non-fiction desk tags are the perfect reference for your middle or high schoolers during a non-fiction unit. All you have to do is laminate, cut out, and attach the tags to each of your students' desks. Then, during the unit when students inevitably begin asking you questions like, "What does expository mean?" or "What is a thesis statement again?", you can simply direct them to the desk tag in front of them for the answer!
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DESK TAGS FOR FICTION, POETRY, NON-FICTION, & DRAMA
INFORMATION INCLUDED ON DESK TAGS:
Non Fiction Terms & Definitions
→ Table of Contents
→ Primary Source
List Of Non-Fiction Types (examples included for each)
→ Narrative Non-Fiction
→ Expository Non-Fiction
→ Persuasive Non-Fiction
→ Descriptive Non-Fiction
List Of Non-Fiction Elements/Devices With Definitions
→ Point Of View (First, Second, Third)
Tips For Analyzing Non-Fiction
→ Examining Text Features
→ Clarifying Understanding
→ Examining Author's Purpose
→ Examining Author's Point of View
→ Examining Credibility
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