Lessons for Non-Fiction

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  • Twelve Years of Lesson Plans About the Animal Kingdom - … a particular population of animals and humans. Animal Fact or Fiction? Creating pages for a class booklet explaining various animal facts … -agogy Creating information sheets about an animal residing in a fictional sanctuary and assess the animal's likelihood of being a … the Animals. . . Writing a monologue from the perspective of a non-human organism. Endangered Species No Place Like Home? Investigating the …
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  • 12 Years of Lesson Plans About the Animal Kingdom - … a particular population of animals and humans. Animal Fact or Fiction? Creating pages for a class booklet explaining various animal facts … -agogy Creating information sheets about an animal residing in a fictional sanctuary and assess the animal's likelihood of being a … the Animals. . . Writing a monologue from the perspective of a non-human organism. Endangered Species No Place Like Home? Investigating the …
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  • Gathering Clues to Solve the Mystery of What Plants Need to Grow - … rc “ Between A Rock And A Hard Place” (living and non-living things) ... “ The Line Up” (measuring plant growth) ... “ Something Smells … may want to care for their pet rocks or write fictional stories about their rocks. . alive.” Have students create a fantasy … edible flowers) Are plants living or non-living? (living) Is a rock living or non-living? (non-living) Name the four basic needs … ? (living) JEOPARDY GAME QUESTIONS - Is a rock living or non-living? (non-living) Name the four basic needs of plants (air, water …
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  • The Story Was in the Details - … the workplace; and for personal fulfillment. Among these texts are fiction and nonfiction, classic and contemporary works. 6. Students apply knowledge … language, and genre to create, critique, and discuss print and non-print texts. 7. Students conduct research on issues and interests … , they will differentiate historical fact from historical interpretation and from fiction. Media Components: Video: The Midwife’s Tale. (PBS Home Video …
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  • Ninth Grade English Curriculum - Assignment Rescue - … the French government to hand over to the Nazis any non-French citizen living on French soil. ? What is the implication for fleeing non-French political leaders? Jews? Opponents of the Nazi regime? Threatened … explanatory essay, “Truth is stranger than fiction.” Include some truths that you think are stranger than fiction. Department of Multicultural Education, Revised …
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  • Spelldown - … with students in 4th ? 6th grades. It gives modern and non-Appalachian students a taste of what school was like for … English 4.4: The student will read fiction and nonfiction, including biographies and historical fiction. Explain the author's purpose Describe how … skills including Distinguishing fact from fiction by comparing documented sources on historical figures and events with fictionalized characters and events. Materials: A …
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  • Biographies of Heroes from Long Ago and the Recent Past - … ideals of this prominent civil rights leader whose philosophy of non-violence and civil disobedience helped bring down barriers that divided … Young Readers, 1996. ISBN 0-8037-18888 (trade book). A fictionalized biography of young Harriet Tubman, who was called Minty as … Griffith. New York: Holiday, 1994. ISBN 0-82341096-X. A fictionalized account of Harriet Tubman leading eight slaves to freedom on …
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  • Habitat Mobile - … students in a discussion about the differences between living and non-living things. Have them consider what makes something living. Include … good time for the SLMS to reinforce the difference between fiction and nonfiction and show students where to find books on … between natural and human-made objects Differentiates between living and non-living objects Knows the basic parts of a computer Recognize …
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  • A Night to Remember - … a 1st class passenger, then of a 3rd class one (non-graded, but peer reviewed in small groups); Review short story … of the processes real writers use when they create historical fiction: researching a variety of media, evaluating information, reading other genres … the ELA classroom: reading fiction, writing paragraphs, stories, discussing reading with peers, increasing vocabulary, recognizing relation of fiction and history, drawing conclusions …
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  • Nanotechnology in advance of Nano-Day - … nanoscience learned thus far. Prepared by Columbia University NSEC for non-profit use by students and teachers associated with Nanoday, April … students that “ROCKET TO THE MOON” was once a Science Fiction movie—way before their time. If you use this approach … of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Prepared by Columbia University NSEC for non-profit use by students and teachers associated with Nanoday, April …
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