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Nichole Poss

Student Instructions

Nonfiction Text Features

Use the example to help! 1. Find the following: cover, table of contents, headings, diagram, bold word, glossary, caption, and index of your nonfiction book. Take photos of each using your camera (not in Seesaw). 2. 3. Tap , photos, and camera roll in Seesaw. 4. Tap the circle at the bottom right of each of your photos to check. 5. Tap the back arrow and . 6. Use the tool to tell which nonfiction text feature is being shown in your feature photo. 7. Tap and to use arrows to point to the feature. 8. Tap to write a complete sentence answering the following below. Table of Contents: What looks interesting? Heading: What heading do you see? Diagram: What does it show you? Bold Word: What bold word do you see? Glossary: Write a word that is in the glossary. What does this word mean? Caption: What is in the photo? Index: Write a word that is in the index. What page would find this? 9. 10. Add to your Reading AND Writing folders.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Writing, English Language Arts, Reading
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