TEACHING TEXT FEATURES 2ND GRADE
Second grade Lesson Introduction of Text Features
Since this is an introduction to text features, I show about six different text features that the movie clip covers. I resume the following day showing a little more of the clip. We also discuss the purpose of each text feature. We look at the Text Feature Chart (see resources) to see a summary of examples and purposes of text features.Author: Dr. Miranti Murphy
Second Grade Style: Teaching Text Features
Oct 20, 2011As we dive into 2nd quarter my reading instruction is now full of non-fiction. Most of our reading objectives for the quarter deal with non-fiction. While my second graders usually know what non-fiction is and how it is different from fiction, they often don't understand most of the conventions, text features, and how to retell.Author: Julie
Text Features: Engaging Activities - Teaching Made Practical
The text feature links above provide free ideas, activities, and printables you can use when teaching text features to your elementary students. The activities included will work best for 3rd grade and 4th grade, although many of the activities could be adapted to reach younger or older students.
Teaching Nonfiction Text Features - The Teacher Next Door
Also, if you teach 4th/5th grade, you might enjoy this Reading with Charts and Graphs, which features lots of engaging passages, and comprehension questions, as well as a set of 32 task cards with charts and graphs (text features!). If you have 2nd or 3rd grade students, you might be interested in the charts and graphs task cards by themselves:
Second Grade Perks: Teaching Text Features
Nov 16, 2014We cut the pages apart and stapled to make our mini book. Then during small groups we dove into our science books and non fiction leveled readers to find examples of each one. The freebie has lots of text features. I just picked the ones that I needed to teach to include in our booklets.
Text Features: An Introduction - CPALMS
In this lesson, students will receive an introduction on nonfiction text features and their purpose. They will search for a variety of text features in leveled, nonfiction books and will create a Text Feature Book for their personal use.
What's in a Text Feature? | Lesson Plan | Education
Nov 28, 2016Close by saying, “Text features can help us locate and use information in a nonfiction text. When we understand what each text feature means, for example, that a bolded word will be in the glossary, it will help us to understand more about what we are reading.”4/5(1)
Identify the Text Features | Game | Education
May 28, 2016Many sources of information, such as newspapers, use text features to highlight important information. In this silly article, kids practice identifying text features such as a headline, caption, photo, bolded text and italicized text. Becoming familiar with these features helps children learn how to identify important parts of a text.3.5/5(73)
My March Top Ten List: Nonfiction Reading Resources
4. Have Students Create Their Own Text Features and Text Structures Books. Some teachers at our school have students cut out examples of different text features from magazines and paste them into blank versions of the text feature posters in #1 of this post to make a book. Scholastic News is a great source of text features for a project like
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