Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction: Grades 4 and Up: 22 Easy Lessons With Color Transparencies, High-Interest Passages, and Practice Pages—Everything You Need to Help Your Students Learn How to Read Textbooks and Other Nonfiction Texts

Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction: Grades 4 and Up: 22 Easy Lessons With Color Transparencies, High-Interest Passages, and Practice Pages—Everything You Need to Help Your Students Learn How to Read Textbooks and Other Nonfiction Texts By Alice Boynton Wiley Blevins, Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction Grades and Up Easy Lessons With Color Transparencies High Interest Passages and Practice Pages Everything You Need to Help Your Students Learn How to Read Textbooks and Other Nonfiction Texts Help students tackle the textbook with lessons that introduce key nonfiction elements Colorful transparencies present maps graphs diagrams time lines and other nonfiction text features High inte
  • Title: Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction: Grades 4 and Up: 22 Easy Lessons With Color Transparencies, High-Interest Passages, and Practice Pages—Everything You Need to Help Your Students Learn How to Read Textbooks and Other Nonfiction Texts
  • Author: Alice Boynton Wiley Blevins
  • ISBN: 9780439376525
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction: Grades 4 and Up: 22 Easy Lessons With Color Transparencies, High-Interest Passages, and Practice Pages—Everything You Need to Help Your Students Learn How to Read Textbooks and Other Nonfiction Texts By Alice Boynton Wiley Blevins, Help students tackle the textbook with 15 lessons that introduce key nonfiction elements Colorful transparencies present maps, graphs, diagrams, time lines and other nonfiction text features High interest passages give examples of description, time order, compare and contrast, cause and effect, and problem and solution the five main ways nonfiction texts are organized PHelp students tackle the textbook with 15 lessons that introduce key nonfiction elements Colorful transparencies present maps, graphs, diagrams, time lines and other nonfiction text features High interest passages give examples of description, time order, compare and contrast, cause and effect, and problem and solution the five main ways nonfiction texts are organized Practice pages help students apply what they ve learned, giving them the experience they need to read and comprehend nonfiction with confidence For use with Grades 4 Up.
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