Looking for a great way to introduce nonfiction text features to your class? Try this power point! Use it for a presentation, or print as a handout. It makes a great mini book when printed four to a page, cut apart, and then stapled together as a quarter page sized book!
This power point about 17 different nonfiction text features (including two for the internet) is fully editable, meaning you can alter the text to fit your lessons, as well as scan and insert your own images instead of the ones I used, if you wanted to do so. In addition, you can easily delete the slides you don’t want, or duplicate a slide, then change the text / images to add different text features that you want to cover in your classroom.
Information will present itself on a right click. For example, when you click for a new slide, the main definition and images for the text feature appear. As you click again, the first bulleted point will appear. The next click brings the next point, and so on.
Headings / Subheadings
Types of Print
Tables, Charts, and Graphs
Table of Context
Electronic Menus (Internet)