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Nonfiction Reading- Unit Reflection

Read the attached section called Wet Weather. Before you read, scan and plan how you will read. As you read, use the label to take notes on what you are learning. After you read, share your thinking about the main idea, text features, and subject-specific words. Record your thinking and use the drawing tool to refer to the text as you share your ideas. Remember that you can pause to collect your thoughts. Main Idea I'm thinking the main idea of this section is... Share the evidence to support your thinking. This makes me think about... Text Features What did you learn from the text features? Subject Specific Words What are some new words and what do they mean? In your caption , share how you have grown as a nonfiction reader.

4th Grade, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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From the book, The Science of a Glass of Water by Anne Claybourne