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Have Students Create Their Own Text Structures Books

By Beth Newingham on March 12, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

After learning about nonfiction text structures, students in older grades should start recognizing that the articles in magazines and newspapers typically follow one of the five text structures.

Students can cut out and paste entire articles onto each page of a "My Text Structures Book" to show examples of text structures. Download a PDF slide show of the "My Text Structures Book" in which I have included templates for these text structures.

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