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Types of Non-fiction Anchor Charts | KS2 Non-fiction Writing | Primary English

Types of Non-fiction Anchor Charts

This anchor charts on types of non-fiction provides a comprehensive resource, offering an extensive breakdown of the various informational texts children should learn. Each page showcases a distinct non-fiction text, featuring a bold heading, a brief reminder, and a summary of the text’s purpose. Additionally, it includes examples, outlines the structure of the non-fiction text, and highlights key language features to aid in a thorough understanding.

The types of non-fiction anchor charts offer clarity in understanding different types of non-fiction texts, providing a visual reference that helps children distinguish between various informational formats. The charts empower children to become independent learners by offering a resource they can consult on their own, promoting self-directed exploration and understanding of non-fiction text types.

Includes:
Title page, Introduction, Recount, Instruction, Non-chronological Report, Explanation, Persuasion, Argument

Our types of non-fiction anchor charts are aligned with KS2 non-fiction and writing composition on the primary national curriculum. This primary resource can be used with your ideas for non-fiction writing activities, display boards, games, teaching material, learning aids, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

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