This is a resource for teachers and students to keep handy when learning about Nonfiction Text Structures and how to distinguish them.
Laminate and post in your room when talking about Nonfiction Text Structures and print out a copy for each of your students to keep in their Language Arts Folder!
This resource is set up as a chart that includes the nonfiction text structures of description, sequence, question/answer, see-saw, and comparison. For each text structure, the chart shows "key words" to look for as well as an explanation of what the text feature is.
This is a great resource to use when teaching kids about how Nonfiction texts can be organized in different ways. A great tool for visual learners and people who like information presented in an organized way!