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Reading Informational Text Graphic Organizer: Common Core Standards

Reading Informational Text Graphic Organizer: Common Core Standards
Product Description
This is a generic 2 page graphic organizer that can be used with any informational texts you want your students to read. (Common Core Standard's #1-9 for reading Informational Texts are addressed) This organizer guides students in a close reading of the text of your choice.

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2 pages
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