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The learning activities in this lesson provide for large-group instruction and discussion, small-group exploration, partner interaction, and individual application of the concepts.
Instructional Procedures View Focus Question: How does understanding of craft and structure help readers interpret information in nonfiction and fiction texts? Both have a specific purpose. Both have a structure. Guide students to recall the following information: The organizational pattern is developed through the plot of the story as the action flows from one event to the next.
Literary elements include character, plot, setting, and theme. Informational text features include titles and headings, tables of contents, glossaries, charts, graphs, photographs and captions, and timelines. Literary nonfiction text elements include character, plot, setting, and theme. Organizational patterns of literary nonfiction text are developed through the plot of the story as the action flows from one event to the next.
On a sheet of paper, write a paragraph summarizing similarities and differences between fiction and nonfiction text structures. Guide students to understand the differences in the way fiction and nonfiction are organized.
For example, fictional texts include a plot in which the action flows from one event to another; nonfiction texts divide information into various topics, which helps the reader comprehend the connections between ideas.
Have students use the paragraph they wrote in which they identified similarities and differences between fiction and nonfiction text structures.
Then have students find examples in texts to support their answers. For students who need additional opportunities for learning, guide them to compare fiction and nonfiction text structures by using lower-level informational texts with less complexity.
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