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					                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI
Natural Resources Innovation

Grade Span
K-2

Estimated Lesson Time
Day 1 – 40 minutes
Day 2 – 30 minutes
Day 3 – 30 minutes
Overview
Innovations are frames from a particular genre. Students use these frames to create their
own text. Teachers read a book with a clear pattern and organization to use as a frame.
Discuss the author’s purpose as well as his organizational scheme. Teacher models
writing using the book as an innovation. Students write their own version of the text.

Student Objectives
Kindergarten
Student will
     1.01 – Develop book and print awareness
     1.02 – Develop phonemic awareness and knowledge of alphabetic principle
     4.01 - Use new vocabulary in writing
     4.02 – Use words that name and words that tell action
     4.03 – Use words that describe
     4.04 – Attend to oral presentations and take turns expressing ideas and asking
        questions
     5.01 – Develop spelling strategies and skills
First Grade
Students will
     1.01 – Develop phonemic awareness and demonstrate knowledge of alphabetic
        principle
     4.01 – Select and use new vocabulary and language structures
     4.03 – Use specific words to name and tell action
     4.04 - Extend skills in using oral and written language
     5.01 – Use phonic knowledge and basic patterns to spell
     5.04 – Use complete sentences
     5.05 – Use basic capitalization and punctuation
Second Grade
Students will
     4.02 – Use expanded vocabulary to generate synonyms for commonly over-used
        words to increase clarity
     4.05 – Respond appropriately when participating in group discourse
     4.06 – Plan and make judgment about what to include in written product
     5.01 – Spell correctly using previously studied words, spelling patterns, and
        analysis of sounds


NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF1
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI



Instructional Plan Resources
Vertical lined chart paper
Markers
A Tree can Be… by Judy Nayer
markers


Instruction and Activities

         Day I
    1.   Gather students and discuss natural resources and how they are important to the
         environment.
    2.   Generate a list of natural resources use photo symbols for emergent readers.
    3.   Read A Tree Can Be… by Judy Nayer
    4.   Discuss organizational structure: enumerative
    5.   Discuss pattern of text with students: A tree can be a place……
             a. How people use it
             b. How animals use it
             c. How it looks
             d. How it changes
             e. Labeled diagram
    6.   Complete a web about a tree
    7.   Select one natural resource and complete a web to brainstorm different things a
         (e.g. river can be…..)

         Day 2
    1.   Review list of natural resources and web from day 1
    2.   Take details from web and compose (interactive, shared or modeled writing) A
         River Can Be… on chart paper.
    3.   Diagram the river
         Day 3
    1.   Display list of natural resources
    2.   Divide students into mixed ability cooperative working group.
    3.   Have each group select a natural resources and complete a web
    4.   Have each student illustrate and write one page of he book
    5.   Combine pages and publish in a flip book

Extensions
The students will create their own book.
The students will cut out pictures from magazines and calendars to complete book or list
of natural resources
The students will do research on the internet to get pictures for the list of natural
resources
Locate natural resources on a map.
NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF2
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI



Web Resources
United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service
http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/feature/education/

North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
http://www.enr.state.nc.us/html/educator2.html

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
http://www.naturalsciences.org/

Enchanted Learning.com

Student Assessment/Reflections
The students will diagram the natural resource about which they wrote.




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF3
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI
Intertextuality and Life Cycles

Grade Span
2

Estimated Lesson Time
       Day 1 – 40 minutes
       Day 2 – 30 minutes
       Day 3 – 30 minutes

Overview
   Intertextuality- drawing from and making connections among multiple sources of text
   to enrich one’s own writing. Good writing students rely on text to text, text to self,
   and text to world connections to enhance their nonfiction writing.

Student Objectives
Kindergarten
Students will
     1.01 - Develop book and print awareness
     1.02 - Develop phonemic awareness and knowledge of alphabetic principles
     4.01 - Use new vocabulary in writing
     4.02 - Use words that name and words that tell action
     4.03 - Use words that describe
     4.04 - Attend to oral presentations and take turns expressing ideas and asking
        questions
     5.01 – Develop spelling strategies and skills
First Grade
Students will
     1.01 – Develop phonemic awareness and demonstrate knowledge of alphabetic
        principles
     4.01 – Select and use new vocabulary and language structures
     4.03 – Use specific words to name and tell action
     4.04 - Extend skills in using oral and written language
     5.01 – Use phonic knowledge and basic patterns to spell
     5.04 – Use complete sentences
     5.05 – Use basic capitalization and punctuation
Second Grade
Students will
     4.02 – Use expanded vocabulary to generate synonyms for commonly over-used
        words to increase clarity
     4.05 – Respond appropriately when participating in group discourse
     4.06 – Plan and make judgment about what to include in written product
     5.01 – Enhance spelling ability by using previously studied words, spelling
        patterns, and analysis of sounds


NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF4
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

Instructional Plan Resources
Vertical lined chart paper
Markers
Nonfiction Books about Butterflies.
Butterfly websites

Preparation
This lesson should accompany a unit on butterflies and life cycles. Chart paper divided
in half with a drawing of a butterfly with lines pointing to the prominent parts on one-
half. Chart paper with a web.

Instruction and Activities

        Day 1

    1. Review butterfly resources previously studied.
    2. Display the chart paper with the butterfly diagram and ask students to come up to
       the board and label the parts.
    3. Display chart paper with the web and solicit fact from the books to complete.
    4. Give students a copy of the web and ask them to fill in four facts about their own
       experience with butterflies and facts they learned from a source other than a book
       or personal experience e.g. nature walk, video clip, butterfly cam etc. (see web
       resources)
    5. Explain to students that the details from the book are text connections because
       they are based on information they learned in a book. When they write they
       model their writing after the books they read.
    6. Ask them to look at the web they completed individually and underline the
       connections that are based on personal experience. Explain that these are
       personal (self) connections. The other connections on the web are world
       connections.
    7. Question students for clarity:
           a. “I learned that butterflies hatch form pupas from a movie at the Imax
               theater.” What type of connection is this?
           b. “When I was a Brownie, I went camping and saw hundreds of butterflies
               in a field near a river.” What type of connection is this?
           c. “When I read the Big Book about butterflies, I learned the parts of the
               butterfly from the diagram in the back.” What type of connection is this?
    8. Explain that all these connection can help students write a better book about
       butterflies.




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF5
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI
       Day 2
    1. Tell students they will be writing a question and answer book to share what they
       have learned about butterflies. Ask them to look at all the facts they wrote on
       their web and the large web the class completed together and write a question for
       each fact. Model based on examples from Day 1.
               a. How are butterflies born?
               b. Where do butterflies live?
               c. What are the parts of a butterfly?
       4. Have students write questions for the facts they recorded on the web

       Day 3 – Day 5
    6. Use the writing process to complete the assignment.
    7. Publish in a flip book


Extensions
Students complete an accordion book on the four stages of a butterfly.
Students complete a Venn diagram comparing a moth and butterfly.

Web Resources

Smithsonian Institute
http://www.si.edu/resource/faq/nmnh/buginfo/start.htm

http://butterflywebsite.com/

American Museum of Natural History
http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/butterflies/cams.html#



Student Assessment/Reflections
See Rubric




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF6
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




                                         Personal




       Personal                                                         Personal




                                       Butterflies




                       World                                   World




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Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
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                                    Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                            Ileetha Groom
                             K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




 CATEGORY         4                      3                      2                     1
Identifies        Student includes at Student includes          Student includes      Student includes
important         least six facts     four to five facts        three or less facts   no facts about
                  about butterflies   about butterflies         about butterflies     butterflies
information

Relates           Student has            Student has            Student has           Student has no
Graphics to       appropriate            appropriate            inappropriate         illustrations
                  illustrations for      illustrations for at   illustrations
Text              every question         least four
                                         questions



New Rubric        Student includes       Student includes       Student includes      Student includes
Row               more than one fact     facts from all three   facts from two        facts one type of
                  from all three types   types of               types of              connection
                  of connections         connections            connections




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2                 NF8
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI
Using Bullets
(Features of Nonfiction Text)

Grade Span
K-2

Estimated Lesson Time
1 week

Overview
There are several features of nonfiction text. This lesson can be adapted for any of the
features included. It is based on the principle that before children can write nonfiction
text they have to read, view, and hear good nonfiction text. This week long unit will
include guided reading, shared reading, modeled writing and independent writing

Student Objectives
Kindergarten
Student will
     1.01 – Develop book and print awareness
     1.02 – Develop phonemic awareness and knowledge of alphabetic principle
     4.01 - Use new vocabulary in writing
     4.02 – Use words that name and words that tell action
     4.03 – Use words that describe
     4.04 – Attend to oral presentations and take turns expressing ideas and asking
        questions
     5.01 – Develop spelling strategies and skills
First Grade
Students will
     1.01 – Develop phonemic awareness and demonstrate knowledge of alphabetic
        principle
     4.01 – Select and use new vocabulary and language structures
     4.03 – Use specific words to name and tell action
     4.04 - Extend skills in using oral and written language
     5.01 – Use phonic knowledge and basic patterns to spell
     5.04 – Use complete sentences
     5.05 – Use basic capitalization and punctuation
Second Grade
Students will
     4.02 – Use expanded vocabulary to generate synonyms for commonly over-used
        words to increase clarity
     4.05 – Respond appropriately when participating in group discourse
     4.06 – Plan and make judgment about what to include in written product
     5.01 – Spell correctly using previously studied words, spelling patterns, and
        analysis of sounds


NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF9
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI



Instructional Plan Resources
List of Text Features
List of Text with specific features
Nonfiction Big Books with bullets
Leveled Text with Bullets
Chart Paper
Markers


Instruction and Activities

        Day I
    8. During shared reading the teacher will read a big book with bullets. The teacher
        will begin with a picture walk.
    9. The teacher will explain the purpose of bullets.
    10. Students will use highlight tape to mark the bullets.

       Day 2
    5. During guided reading students will read a leveled text with bullets.
    6. The teacher will once again review the purpose of bullets during the picture walk.
       Day 3
    8. During modeled writing the teachers think aloud and compose a text about the fair
       and use bullets.

        I enjoy all the good food and drinks at the fair.
             a. Corn
             b. Cotton candy
             c. Turkey legs
             d. Fired dough
             e. Candy apples
        I also enjoy the rides at the fair.
              Spinning Strawberries
              Flying Bumble Bees
              Twirling Dragons
              Merry Go Round
        Day 4
        1. Students will compose a nonfiction text of their choice with bullets


Extensions
The students can use their list to produce an informational brochure

Student Assessment/Reflections
Students will share their writing with others.
NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF10
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




              A Text Set of Books With Bulleted Information
       Achoo! The Most Interesting Book You’ll Ever Read About Germs by Trudee
        Romanek
       Aliens From Earth: When Animals and
       Plants Invade Other Ecosystems by Mary
       Batten
       The Amazing International Space Station by the editors of YES Mag
       Baby Lion by Aubrey Lang
       The Environment. Saving the Planet by Rosie Harlow and Sally Morgan
       Eat Your Words: A Fascinating Look at the
       Language of Food by Charlotte Fokz Jones
       How to Babysit an Orangutan by Tara Darling and Kathy Darling
       Ms. Frizzle’s Adventures: Medieval Castle by Joanna Cole
       Lacrosse in Action by John Crossingham
       Rolypolyology by Michael Elsohn Ross
       Safari Beneath the Sea: The Wonder World of the North Pac Coast by Diane
        Swanson




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF11
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI


                               Features of Nonfiction Text

Types of Nonfiction Books
Subgenres of nonfiction chosen by the author to meet his or her purposes for writing:
• Concept
• Photographic essay
• Identification/field guide
• Life cycle
• Biography
• Experiment, activity, craft, and how-to
• Documents, journals, diaries, and albums
• Survey
• Specialized
• Reference
• Information picture storybook/blended books




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2          NF12
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                   Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                           Ileetha Groom
                            K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI


Features for Determining Accuracy
Information that indicates genre, the author’s credentials, research methods used,
currency of information, and expert verification of accuracy:
• Dust jacket
• Copyright date
• Author’s credentials
• Illustrator/photographer’s credentials
• Library of Congress Cataloging-in- Publication Data
• Acknowledgments
• Dedication
• Preface, prologue, introduction
• Use of speculative language or generalizing
• Use of fact and opinion
• Afterword, epilogue, end notes, author! illustrator notes
• Bibliography/sources, readings for further information
• Author’s comparison of content to other sources (within text or materials in the
appendix)




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2           NF13
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                   Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                           Ileetha Groom
                            K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




Organizational Structure
Common ways to arrange or chunk information:
• Enumerative
• Sequential
• Chronological
• Compare-contrast
• Cause-effect
• Question-answer (point-counterpoint)
• Narrative


Access Features
Supports that help the reader locate information:
• Title
• Table of contents
• Introduction, preface, prologue
• Headings and subheadings
• Sidebars Title
• Bulleted information
• Inset sections or pages
• Glossaries, pronunciation guides
• Bibliographies
• Index with no subtopics/with subtopics
• Afterword, epilogue, endnotes, author/illustrator notes
• Appendices




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2           NF14
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




Style of Writing
The crafting and expression of language used by the author to create an appealing and
cohesive presentation:
• Clear and coherent writing Organization/chunked information and internal patterns of
language and structure
• Language
• Figurative language/metaphors
• Vocabulary
• Voice/point of view
• Tone
• Leads
• Conclusions



Visual Information
Graphics that complement and extend the running text in a variety of ways:
• Design of book/formats/layout
• Dust jackets/covers of the book
• Endpapers (sometimes called endpages)
• Labels and captions
• Illustrations/photographs/archival materials
• Diagrams: simple, scale, cross section, cutaways, flow, tree, web
• Graphs: line, bar, column, pie
• Tables (charts)
• Maps: geographical, bird’s-eye view, flow
• Time lines




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF15
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

             Direction for Nonfiction Notebook

Teachers will use direct and explicit instruction
to teach the grade level appropriate features of
nonfiction text (see attached lesson plans).
Through guided reading, shared reading or
familiar reading, students will read, view or hear
nonfiction text. Students will use these books as
models to complete the Nonfiction Notebook.




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF16
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




 Name:___________________________
                __




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Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Labels help the reader identify a
picture or a photograph and its parts.

My example of labeling:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF18
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

           Nonfiction Conventions
        Notebook

Photographs help the reader
understand exactly what something looks
like.


My example of a photograph was found on
page ________

in the book titled,
_______________________________________
_

It was a photograph of a
______________________

It helped me learn
_______________________________________
_

_______________________________________
_

Here is another example of a
photograph:


NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF19
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

           Nonfiction Conventions
        Notebook
Captions    help the reader better
understand a picture or photograph.

My example of a caption is:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF20
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF21
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

           Nonfiction Conventions
        Notebook

Comparisons     help the reader
understand the size of one thing by
comparing it to the size of something
familiar.


Here is my example of comparisons:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF22
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF23
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Cutaways    help the reader understand
something by looking at it from the
inside.

Here is an example of a cutaway:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF24
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November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF25
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Maps help the reader understand where
things are in the world.


Here is my example of a map:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF26
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF27
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

           Nonfiction Conventions
        Notebook

Types of print      help the reader by
signaling, "Look at me! I'm
important!"


Here is my example of a special type of
print:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF28
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF29
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Close-ups    help the reader see
details in something small.


Here is my example of a close-up:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF30
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF31
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Table of Contents       help the reader
find key topics in the book in the
order that they come.

Here is an example of a table of
contents for a book about

_______________________________________
_________.
List at least 4 chapters.




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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF33
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Index   is an alphabetical list of
almost everything written in the text,
with page numbers so you can find the
information.


Here is my example of an index in a
book about

_______________________________________
_______.


List at least 5 words and include the page numbers.




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF34
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI



  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF35
Phase I – Nonfiction inK-2
November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Glossary    helps the reader understand
key words that are in the text.

This glossary could be from a book
about ________________

_______________________________________
___________.

Here is my example of a glossary:
List at least 2 words and include the definition of the
words. The two words should be in alphabetical order.




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF36
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF37
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November 2004
                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI

  Nonfiction Conventions Notebook

Table   helps the reader understand
important information by listing it in
a table or a chart form.


Here is my example of a table:




NCDPI Writing Training: Grades K-2         NF38
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                                 Nonfiction in K-2 lesson Plans
                                         Ileetha Groom
                          K-2 English Language Arts Consultant, NCDPI




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