Unit: Copy of Looking at Text Features

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Unit Description

Students will explore a variety of text features.

Lessons

Captions Resources: 3

Students will be able to use captions as factual information about a passage to answer questions about a passage.

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Introducing Text Features Resources: 2

Students will be able to define and identify the different types of text features.

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Using Diagrams Resources: 3

Students will be able to create and answer questions based on diagrams.

13
Text Feature Project

Students will be able to create a non-fiction project that highlights the different types and examples of text features.

11
Maps Resources: 5

Students will be able to identify a main idea of a map, locate maps, and answer questions based on maps.

9
Subheadings and Main Ideas Resources: 1

Students will be able to create a subheading, turn a subheading into a main idea sentence, and give details to support their main idea reasoning.

8
Text Features Lead to Strong Predictions Resources: 2

Objective: Students will be able to utilize text features of non-fiction texts to make predictions about non-fiction text passages or books.

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Non-Fiction Feature Wheels Resources: 1

Objective: Students will be able to utilize text features of non-fiction texts to make predictions about non-fiction text passages or books.

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Using Pictures as Captions to make Predictions

Objective: Students will be able to utilize pictures and captions to make predictions about non-fiction texts.

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Looking at Tables, Pictures, and Diagrams Resources: 1

Students will be able to look at pictures, diagrams, and charts to define and determine their importance as text features.

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Looking at Titles, Headings, and Captions Resources: 1

Students will be able to identify the headings, titles, and captions define them, show examples, and relate to why they are important.

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Looking at Table of Contents, Glossary, and Index Resources: 1

Objective: Students will be able to identify text features, their importance, and provide an example of them.

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Using Timelines to Order Events Resources: 1

Objective: Readers sort information from a text by looking at the timeline and asking themselves, “What happened first?”

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Using Recipes to Sequence Resources: 8

Objective: Students will be able to determine the sequence or order of a recipe by breaking apart a recipe that has no steps and rewriting the recipe with steps.

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Sorting and Defining Terms Resources: 3

Objective: Students will be able to identify all of the terms by finding examples of each non-fiction literary term.

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Focusing on Graphs and Charts

Objective: Readers get information from graphs by looking at the title and labels and asking themselves, “What information is the graph going to tell me?”

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Teaching Non-Fiction Labels Resources: 2

Objective: Students will be able to identify different examples of informational text by labeling the features on examples of non-fiction text passages.

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