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Reading: Nonfiction

Exploring Expository Texts: Structures and Features
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Participants will examine informational texts and analyze their features and structures. Teresa will provide a well-organized grid that brings together valuable information about these structures that can then be used in your teaching of nonfiction texts to support development in reading and writing.

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Reading: Nonfiction

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