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Summarizing Nonfiction Text Anchor Chart- The author modeled how to write a nonfiction summary after reading a social studies lesson from a textbook.

This is a great tool to help teach students how to summarize nonfiction.    This work by Elisabeth Haywood is licensed under a Creative Commons A...

This is a great tool to help teach students how to summarize nonfiction. This work by Elisabeth Haywood is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Unported License.

This bundle, newly improved, is an excellent resource for teaching middle and high school students how to summarize a nonfiction text.

Summarizing Nonfiction Texts

Best-selling bundle for teaching middle and high school students to summarize nonfiction texts. Scaffold students from teacher-directed instruction to independent practice!

So the other day I shared how I took an article, cut it up, and collaboratively re-created it with my fourth and fifth grade pull-out inter...

So the other day I shared how I took an article, cut it up, and collaboratively re-created it with my fourth and fifth grade pull-out inter.

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.The Whig party held its first national convention December 4, 1836.

Whig Party Differentiated Reading Passage December 4

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.The Whig party held its first national convention December 4, 1836.

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

Battle of the Sexes Differentiated Reading Passage, November 22

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

Mark Twain Differentiated Reading Passage November 30

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

James Naismith Differentiated Reading Passage, November 28

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

Using Scholastic or Time for Kids articles to summarize nonfiction in sections. Buzzing with Ms. B: Summarizing nonfiction

So the other day I shared how I took an article, cut it up, and collaboratively re-created it with my fourth and fifth grade pull-out inter.

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

John F Kennedy Assassination/Warren Commission Differentiated Reading Nov 29

Questions for each passage appear in standardized test format, helping students to prepare for high-stakes testing. Each passage contains these types of questions  Main idea  Vocabulary  Organizational patterns  Inference  Summarizing Nonfiction passages are based on an event which occurred on this day in history.

Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint: This bundle contains 3 resources that will help you teach students how to write a summary about a nonfiction text.To begin your instruction of how to write a nonfiction text summary, you will present the 40-slide PowerPoint.

Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint

Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint: This bundle contains 3 resources that will help you teach students how to write a summary about a nonfiction text. To begin your instruction of how to write a nonfiction text summary, you will present the PowerPoint.

Blog post on Upper Elementary Snapshots about Finding Details and Writing Summaries. She uses a non-fiction text for this lesson. There are examples, anchor charts, and a product (someone else's) advertised. There is also a link to a free article. Focused on fourth grade.

A Reading Strategies Lesson: Finding Details and Writing Summaries

Finding Details and Writing Summaries. She uses a non-fiction text for this lesson. There are examples, anchor charts, and a product (someone else's) advertised. There is also a link to a free article. Focused on fourth grade.

Middle school and high school reading comprehension and writing nonfiction summaries lesson plan. A simplified process for teaching students to summarize nonfiction texts, including scaffolding options.

Best-Practice Ideas for Teaching Students to Summarize Nonfiction

Middle school and high school reading comprehension and writing nonfiction summaries lesson plan. A simplified process for teaching students to summarize nonfiction texts, including scaffolding options.

Do your students need a refresher on summarizing nonfiction texts? Maybe they never learned in the first place? This classroom-tested resource was created by a Reading Specialist with the needs of a wide variety of students in mind. Use this mini-unit to get your students over the hurdle of summarizing nonfiction texts today!

Summarizing Nonfiction Texts

This product, newly improved, contains presentation (in PDF format) and guided notes that will provide the basics for teaching students how to summarize a

Teach students to summarize nonfiction texts like reporters using this engaging, best-selling bundle that provide scaffolding from direct instruction to independent practice

Summarizing Nonfiction Texts

This product, newly improved, contains presentation (in PDF format) and guided notes that will provide the basics for teaching students how to summarize a

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