book-reports
Fiction, Nonfiction, Student Centered

5 Book Reports Templates that are Easy to Use

Book reports templates provide a framework to explain the content of a book. Whether a student reports on a fiction or nonfiction book, comprehension skills and strategies are in use. When reporting on a book that is fiction, you will want students to include a plot map, character analysis, connections, and a brief book review.… Continue reading 5 Book Reports Templates that are Easy to Use

text-structures
Nonfiction

How are text structures organized for nonfiction?

Writers organize nonfiction text into five text structures. They are description, sequence, compare and contrast, cause and effect, problem and solution. Most text that students read above grade 4 is nonfiction. Text structure graphic organizers are a great way for students to organize their notes. Description Description is one example of a text structure. The text… Continue reading How are text structures organized for nonfiction?