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I think if you are differentiating between the types of text with your students in an explicit way, you could certainly use literature and informational text in the same lesson, perhaps using a venn diagram to illustrate the compare/contrast.
Here are a few lessons you might also find interesting:
Sure! Organizational patterns and informational text structures are often formatted the same.
There are dozens of station ideas for middle school ELA on www.literacystationinspiration.com!
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