How do you use text features to gather

How do you use text features to gather

How do you use text features to gather information about a nonfiction text? In this lesson, you will learn how to get ready to read an article by looking at the text features. LetsReview

Review Lets Text features LetsReview Review Lets title subtitle

A Common Lets Review Mistake Three men worked late into the night A Common Lets

Review Mistake Oops! Text features will give me information about what the text will teach! CoreReview Lesson

Lets Text Features Jot observations What will this text teach me? CoreReview Lesson Lets

Jot observations I notice CoreReview Lesson Lets title photo and caption

bolded word CoreReview Lesson Lets I notice the American flag once

had only 13 stars I notice an old document with the word Congress CoreReview Lesson Lets subtitle information

box CoreReview Lesson Lets I notice a section on Writing the Declaration I notice the year 1861 written in the

caption CoreReview Lesson Lets CoreReview Lesson Lets

I notice a section on Writing the Declaration I notice the American flag once had only 13 stars I notice an old document with the word Congress

I notice the year 1861 written in the caption This text will teach me CoreReview Lesson Lets

1 Look at the text features 2 Jot your observations 3

Ask, What will this text teach me? In this lesson, you have learned how to get ready to read an article by looking at the text features. Guided Practice

Lets Review Practice jotting your observations by looking at these text features. What will this text teach you?

Extension Lets Review Activities Make a collage of text features! 1. Cut out the text features from a printed article (with permission from your teacher!) 2. Organize your features on a large piece of paper or

poster board 3. Share the information you can gather, just by using the text features 4. Teach your friends this important reading strategy! Extension Lets Review Activities Write your own 1 page article with text features!

Its your turn to write. Choose an interesting topic. After researching your topic, brainstorm how you could write your own article using text features. Will you include an information box? Will your article be divided into subtitles? Will you include a photo and caption? Quick Quiz Lets Review

Look at the features on this page Jot your observations

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