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<p>This is a great site about analyzing informational texts. It introduces you to the 'THIEVES' strategy, has slideshows about text features, and also has a handout you can print out.</p>

<p>This video has a rap and slideshow about text features used in informational texts. Text features include: captions, subheadings, bulleted lists, titles, and sidebars.</p>

<p>Here is a set of flashcards to go through with terms used in analyzing informational text.</p>

<p>This video introduces five easy steps you can follow when reading non-fiction texts. The steps are:</p><ol><li>Preview</li><li>Skim</li><li>Explore</li><li>Read Actively</li><li>Rescan</li></ol>

A text-mapping strategy from teacher blog Teaching My Friends.

<p>This article explains what anecdotes are and gives an example of one.</p>

de Teachers Pay Teachers

Informational Text Structures: 4th and 5th Grades

This is an informational text chart showing the five different text structures by The Teacher Next Door, It's from the complete 60 page Informational Text Structures Unit for 4th and 5th graders.

Responding to Nonfiction: An Informational Text Graphic Organizer