Looking for a way to hold students accountable while reading nonfiction texts? This graphic organizer encourages students to actively think while reading.
Use this graphic organizer with any nonfiction article or text. My students and I especially love pairing it with Time for Kids, Scholastic News, Newsela articles, and nonfiction picture books.
- 3-2-1 Nonfiction Notes Graphic Organizer PDF version
- 3-2-1 Nonfiction Notes Graphic Organizer Google Slides version – perfect for distance learning
- Early finishers
- Sub folder
- Reading center
- Small group instruction
- Guided reading
- Current events
- Morning Work
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