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The question at this table became, “Are there illustrations in the photographs? After looking at the Scholastic Magazine, they were right! And they were so excited they discovered this on their own. This led to a conversation about why the author would do that. 12: I have created a unit along with 2 multimedia files, 2 Power Points, 2 songs, and a 124 page unit to help teach nonfiction text features to our students. Integration of Knowledge and Ideas RI. Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity RI.
This is Fran from Kindergarten Crayons and I just found your blog and loved all that you have thoughtfully posted about CC. This is what it looks like in a classroom! Fabulous and we will need to do a fifty percent use of non fiction text as part of our alignment. Look at Capstone for even better first grade stuff- in my opinion. Don’t know if you remember but we met at I Teach K in 2011 when you attended one of my sessions. We took a picture together inside a poster board frame for “We Are in a Book.
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