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The "You Can Picture It" series will help students improve their reading comprehension skills through illustrations, which helps to bridge the gap between picture books and non-picture books. "You Can Picture It: Nonfiction" uses nonfiction selections to help children connect reading words with reading for understanding as they illustrate and summarize the texts they read.
This book is divided into 25 nonfiction articles covering grades 1-5 (grade levels are listed at the beginning of each section). To use, pick out the selection, read and discuss, have students cut the selection into parts and re-read looking for information, then draw illustrations, create a cover and bind it, and finally write a summary for the back cover. 1st - 5th Grade.
Objectives for "You Can Picture It: Nonfiction" include:
- Understanding that reading is a process of seeking meaning
- Making judgments and inferences about information
- Distinguishing fact from opinion or fiction
- Summarizing text content
- Using information in text to draw conclusions
- Forming an opinion about a nonfiction selection
- And more!
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