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Using Locating Nonfiction Text Features Worksheet, students find examples of the text features in their own books.
Being aware of text features is an important step for your students. Text Features help your students use informational books to gather information. This worksheet will teach them about the most common text features.
Choose an informational book or magazine to read. As you read, find examples of nonfiction text features. Look for things such as bold face type, italics, captions, headings, drawings, charts, and diagrams. Write or draw examples of the features you find, include page numbers, or cut and paste actual examples.
If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about using text features.
Use this Text Feature Activity as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce this worksheet by showing your students a book and ask about the different parts of a book. Next, ask why parts of the book are important. Then, students complete the worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, students share how the text features help them as they read independently.
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