Text types

Discover various text types and learn how to effectively use them to improve your writing. Enhance your communication skills and engage your readers with different styles of writing.
5 Ways to Teach Nonfiction Text Structure - Raise the Bar Reading English, Reading Comprehension, Anchor Charts, Nonfiction Text Structure Activities, Nonfiction Text Structure, Nonfiction Text Structure Anchor Chart, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Writing Skills, Teaching Writing

Before studying to become a reading specialist, I had never explicitly been taught nonfiction text structures as a student and I also hadn’t been taught the importance of teaching them to our students as an

Linett Cline
7 Informational Text Activities for Primary Students | Create an anchor chart that helps your students look for key words within the text to identify the structure.  This chart helps hone in on the type of information the author is trying to teach you.  It also helps them write pieces of informational text.  They will be better able to organize their thoughts according to the type of structure their writing is following.  And use the key words needed to help move the reader along. Anchor Charts, Reading Comprehension, 4th Grade Writing, Grammar Worksheets, Teaching Reading, 3rd Grade Writing, Teaching Resources, 4th Grade Reading, Elementary Reading

It is easy to create or search for activities related to fictional literature, but what about informational text?! Most of the activities we find are the same graphic organizers, just to be used with different books. Here are some more hands-on lessons you can use with your students to dive into informational text!

Ally Ocheskey