Summarizing Fiction and Nonfiction Text | Summary Writing

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  1. Help your students master both fiction and nonfiction reading strategies needed in order to understand the texts that they read deeply. This reading strategy bundle contains 14 individual sets to meet your students' needs. Each set includes anchor charts, graphic organizers, reading passages, rubric
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"You have literally thought of every activity to help kiddos understand summarizing in both fiction and non-fiction. This resource is gold! Can’t wait to use it with my students this upcoming year! Thank you."

Help your students write the perfect nonfiction and fiction summaries as they read with these summarizing printables and Google Slides™ activities, perfect for use with Google Classroom™.

Anchor chart posters and student reference sheet are informative resources for young readers both during the unit and throughout the school year. With a variety of graphic organizers, question stems, and practice activities your students will be writing the perfect nonfiction summary in no time!

This bundle includes these two sets:

CONTENTS for Summarizing Nonfiction: Includes Digital Option

Link for Google Slide use and digital directions

✓“What is a Nonfiction Summary?” Anchor Chart Poster

✓“Summary VS. Retell” Anchor Chart Poster

✓“How To Summarize” Anchor Chart Poster

✓“Summarizing Helps You…” Anchor Chart Poster

✓“When to Summarize” Anchor Chart Poster

✓Modeled Nonfiction Summary Writing (using The Moon Book by Gail Gibbons)

✓Summarizing Nonfiction Student Reference Sheet (in 3 different sizes)

✓Student Summarizing Note Sheet for Read Aloud (perfect pre-assessment)

✓Main Idea Organizer for Summary

✓6 Student Summarizing Graphic Organizers

✓TSMIDS Poster and 3 Graphic Organizers

✓Important VS Interesting Information Poster and Graphic Organizer

✓Student Important Information Sticky Note Organizer

✓Student Summary Question Stems for Independent Reading

✓Additional Summarizing NF Activity pages and Illustration Page

✓8 Summarizing Task Card Activities

✓4 Summarizing Practice Sheets

✓NF Summarizing TEacher Scoring Rubric

✓Teacher Suggestions, Notes, and Book Recommendations

CONTENTS for Summarizing Fiction: Includes Digital Option

Link for Google Slide use and digital directions

✓“What is a Summary?” Anchor Chart

✓“Summary VS. Retell” Anchor Chart

✓“How To Summarize” Anchor Chart

✓“When To Summarize” Anchor Chart

✓“Summarizing Help You…” Anchor Chart

✓Summarizing Student Reference Sheet (in 3 sizes)

✓Student Summarizing Note Sheet for Read Alouds and Preassessment

✓Summarizing Modeled Writing to use with the book: The Curious Garden by Peter Brown

✓Summarizing Rubric

✓Story Map for Story Element Review

✓7 Student Summarizing Graphic Organizers

✓SWBST Poster and 3 Graphic Organizers

✓SWBST Student Reference Sheet (in 3 sizes)

✓Important VS Interesting Information Poster and Graphic Organizer

✓Student Important Information Sticky Note Organizer

✓Summarizing Illustration Sheet

✓Student Summary Question Stems for Independent Reading

✓8 Summarizing Task Card Activities (with matching modeled writing summaries)

✓4 Summarizing Practice Sheets

✓Teacher Notes and Mentor Text Book Recommendations

Recent Feedback on this Product:

"Love these activities! Always looking for great nonfiction passages for students to summarize and find evidence in the text! Well done."

"You have literally thought of every activity to help kiddos understand summarizing in both fiction and non-fiction. This resource is gold! Can’t wait to use it with my students this upcoming year! Thank you."

"Great ideas to teach this strategy."

Need more Reading Strategy Resources? Check out the packs in the same series below!

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Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.
Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.
Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text, including how characters in a story or drama respond to challenges or how the speaker in a poem reflects upon a topic; summarize the text.
Determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.
Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.

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