Reflection: Student Ownership Text Styles and Location - Section 2: Scavenger Hunt


Asking students to explain something in their own words is a very entertaining way to learn from others.  Having their peers explain a concept gets very creative, yet students do get the point across to their audience, as evidenced when students were asked to define text features covered today. 

  Student Ownership: Students Explain
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Text Styles and Location

Unit 2: Text Features in Informational Text
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to identify the purpose of text features by recognizing text styles and analyzing its location.

Big Idea: Text structure, text style, and text location help locate key information efficiently.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), Text styles, Bold, color font, italic, headings, subheadings
  60 minutes
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