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FROM: INFOhio: EBSCOhost Professional Development Collection. The article discusses the Common Core State Standards initiative in the U.S., which uses informational text of nonfiction text. It mentions some of the categories under informationaltext including historical, scientific and technical texts, which provide students with factual information about the world, and information contained in charts, graphs and maps. It also mentions that Common Core calls for close readings of high-quality texts and adds that its focus is not on prior knowledge.
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