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Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension
Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension
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Maupin House

Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension

Fifty-five lessons focus on the specific strategies, text features, and text structures necessary for K-5 students to access and understand non-fiction texts. These ready-to-use comprehension ideas expand literacy center work, enhance reading comprehension, and can be implemented before, during, or after reading. From comparing attributes and creating outlines to using a glossary and analyzing an index, Flip for Non-Fiction Comprehension will build students’ text knowledge and improve their understanding.

PublisherMaupin House
BrandMaupin House
Age Level- Years
Trim Size11 x 8 1/2
Page Count64
Paperback Spiral Bound



Midwest Book Review

"The newest addition to the outstanding 'Flip' series from Maupin House Publishing, 'Flip For Non-Fiction Comprehension' by Emily Cayuso (an instructional coordinator and reading specialist in San Antonio, Texas) features fifty-five 'kid friendly' lessons focused on the specific strategies, text features, and text structures appropriate for students in grades K-5. A free-standing, tabletop book, 'Flip For Non-Fiction Comprehension' provides thoroughly 'user-accessible' comprehension exercises specifically designed to enhance reading-comprehension skills. Each of these elements can be incorporated into classroom activities before, during, or after reading. A highly recommended curriculum supplement for building student reading comprehension skills with respect to non-fiction texts, 'Flip For Non-Fiction Comprehension' is ideal for home schooling as well as traditional classroom curriculums. -Midwest Book Review, April 2009" - Midwest Book Review

April 1, 2009

Emily Cayuso

Emily Cayuso

Emily Cayuso is an instructional coordinator/reading specialist in San Antonio, Texas. For more than 30 years, she has taught a variety of primary grades and has worked as a Title I reading teacher specialist. She holds a B.S. and an M.Ed.

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