Text and Text Features: Critiquing and Redesigning Day 1 of 1

Unit 5: Out of this World! Exploring Enriching Literature and Cosmically Cool Informational Text
Lesson 19 of 19

Objective: SWBAT use information gained from illustrations and words in a text to demonstrate an understanding of informational text. SWBAT cite evidence of the relationship between text and text features. SWBAT critique and redesign a page to include their own ideas to support an understanding of the text .

Big Idea: The students read informational text, make connections of the support between text and features, and choose a page in the book to redesign for better understanding.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), Writing Process, third grade, evidence, text features, informational text, space, connecting text and features, illustration
  35 minutes
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