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Is it Literature or Informational? RL 1.5 Unit (modified for Special Education/ELL)

This RL 1.5 – Identify a text as literature or informational and explain your thinking.
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This unit uses picture symbol text supports along with academic visuals to help students better understand and develop this specific literacy skill.
Example of RL 1.5 Academic Vocabulary with visual supports and Question Stems:
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Closer look at the visuals for Literature and Informational text:
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Distinguishing the Genre Visual Checklist:
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Includes 3 pages of short passages (first grade reading level) to determine if the text is literature or informational and providing evidence to support that decision when given multiple choice visual options.
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Reading A-Z  (Level B) book modified with picture symbol text and 7 multiple choice comprehension questions with visuals directly connected to the academic vocabulary and literacy skills in RL 1.5.
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Reading A-Z  (Level E)  book modified with picture symbol text (and original passage included) with multiple choice comprehension questions with visuals directly connected to the academic vocabulary and literacy skills in RL 1.5.
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Overall Unit Includes:
* Giant Academic Vocabulary with Visuals
* Academic Vocabulary with visuals Graphic Organizer
* Question Stems/Reader’s Responses
* Visual Graphic Organizers (Literature & Informational)
* Distinguishing the Genre Checklist
* 3 pages of short text to determine if the text is literature or fiction & providing evidence to support that decision
*Reading A-Z Level B Modified Picture Symbol Text & 7 multiple choice comprehension questions with visuals
* Reading A-Z Level E Modified Picture Symbol Text (and original text included) with RL 1.5 multiple choice comprehension questions with visuals
***Boardmaker Studio &Proloquo2Go were used for Picture Symbol Support

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