This is a PowerPoint I created to review non-fiction text organizational structure as required by Common Core. It goes over the following types of text organization for non-fiction:
Cause and effect
For this assignment, students should make corrections on Tweets from various celebrities. Most of the celebrities are famous musicians, and I also included one athlete. I tell my students that they should make corrections as if they were using the
I made printables of the following quotes for teachers to display in their classroom. Quotes include:
Believe in Yourself
Nothing is Impossible. The word itself says "I'm possible"
The harder you work, the luckier you get
I am in charge of how I
Summary strips can be used as an exit slip to help students summarize what they learned in class. Summary strip requires students to put the date, their name, topic of the lesson, and to summarize what they learned in 5-7 sentences.
I use this in
This test/quiz goes along with the "Types of Organizational Structure of a Non Fiction Text" PowerPoint in my store. It uses examples of each type of text and requires students to match the examples to the type of text.
This is a wonderful way to help students recognize mistakes that celebrities made on Twitter. Students can find errors in each of the Tweets. Since social media is an extremely popular way of communication, this allows students to use social media
This is a classroom management tool I use in order to hold my students accountable. When large assignments are turned in and a student does not have the assignment, they are to turn in this Student Responsibility Card. The card requires students to
This worksheet requires students to select a non-fiction article from a magazine and analyze the article using critical thinking. Students must summarize the article, identify key terms in article, define words they are unfamiliar with, and identify