Designed to help students more easily navigate the world of nonfiction reading, Understanding Informational Text Features is a helpful resource for all middle-school learners. It is aligned to Common Core State Standards and focuses on common text features such as type, index, glossary, table of contents, captions, charts, and more! 64 pagesDiagrams. A diagram is a labeled picture that explains how something works. Social studies and science textbooks often include diagrams to help ... The change from a newly hatched tadpole to a fully formed frog takes about 12a16 weeks.
|Title||:||Understanding Informational Text Features, Grades 6 - 8|
|Author||:||Schyrlet Cameron, Carolyn Craig|
|Publisher||:||Carson-Dellosa Publishing - 2013-01-02|