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Non Fiction Posters (K-2) and (3-6)
Use these attractively designed posters to help your students be clear about the features of non-fiction texts. Students can use the ideas to write their own, improved non-fiction texts with the full range of graphic, organisational and print features available to them. Use the posters to help students with their reading and comprehension of non-fiction texts.
- Print off the Non Fiction Poster that suits the activity you are working on with the students
- Model how you might use a Feature (Graphic, Print or Organisational) on the whiteboard or in a blank Big Book.
- Have students practice with you
- Have students practice independently in their own books.
- Have students share how the Features helped them as a reader and/or writer
- As you introduce different Non Fiction Posters (and Features) with different activities, gradually allow students more independence and flexibility in which Features they use for any new activity
- Enable: Offer small group support for those writers/thinkers who require more guided practice in using a particular Feature
- Have individual students use the Non Fiction Posters within their normal Bookmaking or Writer’s Notebook work
- Display the posters (enlarged) in a blank Big Book, or on a wall in your classroom
- Have students glue them into their individual books as part of Bookmaking or Writer’s Notebook work
Non Fiction Posters (K-2) include: Print Features such as ‘Bold’, ‘Caption’. Graphic Features such as ‘Table’, ‘Map’, Organisational Features such as ‘Glossary’ and ‘Index’.
Non Fiction Posters (3-6) include: Print Features such as ‘Bullets’, ‘Italics’. Graphic Features such as ‘Inset’, ‘Cutaway’, Organisational Features such as ‘Glossary’ and ‘Table of Contents'.
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