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Black History Month Nonfiction Read Aloud Lessons

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This Black History unit focuses on a study of George Washington Carver, Frederick Douglass, and Rosa Parks. During the unit we will also focus on Nonfiction Text Features.

This unit includes a 5-day lesson plan for EACH book (15 days of lessons) that will guide you through the process of using Read Alouds to teach the comprehension standards for reading and vocabulary. For this unit, we used George Washington Carver by Kitson Jazynka Rosa Parks by Kitson Jazynka Frederick Douglass by Barbara Kramer. (National Geographic Kids)


This resource will give you fifteen days of ENGAGING lessons in the areas of:



★Interactive writing

★Response to literature •Differentiated for Kindergarten, first, and second grades

★Informational Text Features


★Directed Drawing

★All About Writing

★Rubrics for each comprehension skill

☀This product also includes a free 1 hour pre-recorded webinar that will provide tips and insights on how to effectively implement these units in your classroom.

Students will not only learn about using informational text structures in comprehending nonfiction books, they will also dive into creating their own text features as they write informational texts.

What a great way to learn about some of the important people in black history!


This resource will save you hours of work because EVERYTHING is all planned out in easy to follow lesson plans and the materials are included for you! Just PRINT and TEACH!

Each week focuses on one book and takes you through a variety of lessons to get your kids reading like never before.


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