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Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers



Total Pages: 33 pages
Answer Key: Rubric only
Teaching Duration: 1 Year
File Size: 2 MB
File Type: PDF

Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers

This Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers resource contains 14 different graphic organizers to help students organize their thinking about ANY non-fiction book or article. This resource contains individual PDFs of student pages to assist with online learning i.e. Google Classroom as well as Google Slides formatted lessons for 1:1 schools.

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Included Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers:

7 Summarizing Strategies Graphic Organizers

  • 3,2,1 Chart (2 options)
  • 5 W’s + H
  • GIST
  • Key Ideas
  • Alphabet Summary (2 options)

7 Reading Strategies Graphic Organizers

  • Predictions
  • Connections
  • Questions
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Main Idea
  • Determining Importance
  • Extending Answers

Resource Includes:

  • 14 Different Graphic Organizers
  • Lesson Plan
  • Standards-Based Rubric
  • Points Based Rubric
  • Google Slides Format for 1:1 schools
  • Individual PDFs for Google Classroom

Use these graphic organizers with my Article of the Week Differentiated Lessons program.

Teacher Feedback:

  1. “This worked great with all of my nonfiction passages.”
  2. “Thank you for this resource – very easy to use, lots of different strategies to use during the reading process of non-fiction materials, and adaptable to many grades! I’m excited to use it for my entire class soon! :)”
  3. “Informational texts are not always the kids favorites and these organizers helped them make sense of the information and they were engaged.”
  4. “My students enjoyed the new format instead of always paper. Helped them focus and organize their thoughts!”
  5. “I love having these available for my students to access when they are writing to help them organize their writing!”

Ready-To-Use Non-Fiction Articles:

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