Using the Table of Contents
Students critique a table of contents to find information in a book. Students locate their text books and then locate the table of contents in each one. Students research purposes for the table of contents in books.
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Contents and Index
It's important for your readers to understand features of informational text such as index and table of contents, so give them this visual activity to get started. They read a brief explanation of informational text, then look at an...
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Introduce: Comprehension Monitoring using About Trees
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