NONFICTION TEXT STRUCTURES DIGITAL ACTIVITY READING ESCAPE CHALLENGE

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This digital nonfiction text structures activity is a new and fun way to engage and challenge your students to improve their understanding of nonfiction text structures. The resource includes everything you need to teach nonfiction text structures and practice using a fun escape room style challenge.

This is a digital resource and students complete all the work on the computer. This works well with distance learning, 1:1 classrooms, remote teaching, Google Classroom, or online education. 

Included in your purchase:

  • A Google Slides presentation that shares information on the five most common types of nonfiction text structures (compare & contrast, cause & effect, problem & solution, sequence, description) with examples for each one.
  • An original narrative backstory that puts students within the story and sets up the digital escape room challenge.
  • Google Slides to guide the lesson and activity with instructional slides, activity prompts, the narrative story text, the story conclusion slides, and an answer key for easy review.
  • An interactive, paperless escape-room style challenge where students must use their understanding of nonfiction text structures to complete the challenge.
  • A password-protected PDF file where students can check their work. If they are correct, the conclusion slides will appear!

How it works:

  • Start by using the Google Slides to guide you through each element of the lesson and activity. The slides will help you teach nonfiction text structures, introduce the story and challenge, and review the answers.
  • Read the narrative story to hook students and introduce the challenge.
  • Once you taught the nonfiction text structure skills and read the story, students are ready to try the digital escape-room style reading challenge!
  • When students successfully solve the challenge, they can check their work with the included password-protected PDF file which will reveal the conclusion to the story if they are correct.

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