Informational Nonfiction – reading response support materials

Posted on February 21, 2013. Filed under: IRLA Class | Tags: , |

Here is the Informational Nonfiction Reading unit overview sheet.

Here is a link to the bookmark we are using for our nonfiction texts.  (Remember, you are more than welcome to design your own bookmark!)

Your NFRR1 will be scored with this rubric.  It should include work with the text structures and features as well as attempts at writing objective summaries and be accompanied with a reflection of your work.  It is due on Monday, February 25th.

Your NFRR2 will be due on Friday, March 8th and we will use the 22 point reading rubric for that response.  This response should include all topics from the unit including objective summaries and analyzing the author’s intent.

~Ms. Morris


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9 Responses to “Informational Nonfiction – reading response support materials”

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Thank you soooo much!!!!!

We just have to turn in the work we did, or type/finalize it?

It is up to you…how easy is it to read? Do you think you need to type it up? If not, then you can leave it as is.

I can read it, and I THINK someone else might be able to.

LOL (Neatness does count, so have someone at home double check for you.) I know you will hand in something great.

Are the requirements/guidelines for the reflection you wrote on the board today on the blog?

McKenna, those are the same guidelines in the back of your RN. Let me know if you need another copy.


um for the NFRR2, if we are doing a “non-fiction piece of writing” that uses text features we saw in the book, does the topic have to be real?

Yes, it has to be real. It can be about the subject of your book, or about your work with the book.

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