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Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction Texts Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction Texts Teaching Point Charts by Barbara.

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1 Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction Texts Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction Texts Teaching Point Charts by Barbara Gurian, by Barbara Gurian, Plumb Elementary RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text 2 nd Grade Reading Unit of Study Unit 5

2 Readers recognize the differences between fiction and nonfiction books by comparing and contrasting the two types of books. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 1

3 RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text – TP 1A Fiction Non-Fiction *Not false… True * Real or true facts *Informative *Based on facts * about real things, people, events, or places *Things that happened *photographs *Index *Illustrations * Diagram/map * Captions *Glossary *Section headings *Different kinds of print (Italics, underlined, bold large) * False… *Make believe *Imagination *Can sound true *Can have facts *Story isnt true *has elements of fiction… - characters - plot - setting - theme - style Pictures not realistic, but can be photographs *Animals sometimes talk Book Or Literature Found in a library Authors Illustrators Photographers Can have Chapters

4 RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 1B Table of contentsFrontHelps us find the part of the book we are looking for IndexEndHelps us find the information we are looking for by giving page numbers PhotographAnywhereHelps us picture the information IllustrationAnywhereHelps us understand the information Diagram/MapAnywhereHelps us understand the information CaptionNear photos, illustrations, diagrams Helps us understand what is going on in photo, illustration, diagram GlossaryEnd, usuallyHelps us understand tricky words Section headingBeginning of new sections Helps us get our minds ready for the information that follows Different kinds of print (bold, Italics, underlined, large) AnywhereHelps us notice that certain words or parts are important Features of Nonfiction and How They Help Us Read

5 Readers warm up their minds by previewing the text and looking for and learning from pictures, diagrams, graphs, etc. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 2 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 - page 11

6 Readers find information they are looking for by using the index and table of contents. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 3 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 - page 17

7 Readers decide where they will begin reading in their nonfiction book (not necessarily front to back) by first determining their purpose. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 4 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 - page 20

8 Readers warm up their minds by thinking about what they think they know and what they want to learn about a topic. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 5 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 - page 14

9 RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 6 Reading partners warm up their minds before they begin reading by talking to each other about what they already know.

10 Reading partners make the most of their reading time by setting goals and making plans for their reading. RUS - Uit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 7 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 – page 21

11 Readers keep track of the information about their topics by jotting notes on post-it notes or in a notebook. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 8 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 - page 27

12 Readers find new information by using features of nonfiction (captions, diagrams, graphs, headings, index, etc.) RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 9

13 Readers gather information by skimming and scanning nonfiction texts looking for key words. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 10 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 - page 29

14 Readers summarize what they have read by asking questions and looking for the most important details. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 11 Pinellas County RUS Unit 5 - page 32

15 Readers make sure they understand what they read by stopping often to THINK. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 12

16 Readers make sure they understand what the author is saying by putting what theyve read into their own words. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 13

17 Readers learn more about their topic by thinking about the information they have collected, asking themselves new questions, and searching for answers to their new questions. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 14

18 Readers know exactly when things happen by reading a calendar. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text MM, 437R

19 Readers learn specific places by reading a map in nonfiction texts. RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text TP 16 MM, 73R, 74-77

20 Reading & Writing Nonfiction Celebration RUS - Unit 5 Nonfiction Text


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