Lessons for Non-Fiction

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  • What's the "Hoop" on Fiction vs. Non-Fiction? - … to clarify the differences between Fiction and Non-Fiction text. The teacher will ask "What are the characteristics of fiction? (record answers on graphic … pre-selected books that are fiction and non-fiction. The teacher will give each group 2 books (1 fiction & 1 non-fiction) that pertain to the … Needed: Leveled Fiction and Non-Fiction Books Chart Paper Double Bubble Diagram (Chart and Student Handout) 2 Hula Hoops with Fiction and Nonfiction labels …
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  • Fact or Fantasy Writing - … called non-fiction. Non-fiction writing gives us information. Show examples of articles in newspapers, magazines, textbooks and encyclopedias. Explain that to be non-fiction, an … want to review the terms, fiction and non-fiction. Then show more pictures or read examples of fiction and non-fiction to the students and let … a writing is fiction or non-fiction. They should be able to tell why they classified the writing as fiction or non-fiction Extensions Students could …
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  • Autobiographical Writing - … have been spent writing fictional pieces, and the last nine weeks have been reserved for non-fiction. However, the non-fiction unit can be performed … Day: Because this is the non-fiction unit, the students will be required to read anything that is non-fiction, as long as it … Day: Because this is the non-fiction unit, the students will be required to read anything that is non-fiction, as long as it …
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  • Eggs - … the students that one book is fiction the other is non-fiction. Generate definitions from the students what fiction means giving positive feedback to … understanding among the whole group. Fiction is real (false). Non-fiction is not real (false). Fiction is not real (true). Non-fiction is real (true). If … fiction and non-fiction, tell the students that they are to identify which book is fiction. Read Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss (fiction
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  • The purpose of this lesson is to teach second grade students how to use library materials to distinguish between Fiction and Non-Fiction. The lesson may be taught in one to two forty minute sessions. The School Library Media Specialist will read aloud Dor - … use it to differentiate between Fiction and Non Fiction. Students will then be asked to pull a fiction and non fiction book from the shelf and … identify the difference between a fictional and non-fictional text. Students will be able to locate and select Fiction and non-fiction resources. Students will compare … own words what Non-fiction is. Students will be able to pick one example of a fictional book and a non fiction book from the …
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  • Charlotte's Web - … of the characters as demonstrated through evaluation and reflection. The fictional and non-fictional aspects of the book. Understand and identify sequences of … of fiction and non-fiction will have occurred. Students will be provided with a T-Chart in which to record the fictional and non-fictional aspects … motive ...identifying fictional and non-fictional aspects of the book ...sequencing events ...comparing and contrasting characters ...comparing and contrasting events ...relating fiction to their …
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  • Journeys - … 5e44 5e46 5e45 A 5e49 A • read a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials (e.g., novels, short stories, biographies, editorials) for … and give some relevant supporting details; • read a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials (e.g., novels, short stories, biographies, editorials) for … ---Reading 5e22 5e34 5e36 5e41 5e44 • read a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials (e.g., novels, short stories, biographies, editorials) for …
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  • Tracking it Down in the Library - … with call numbers from actual books in the library (20 fiction, 20 non-fiction numbers, and 10 biography ) Shelf marker for each student … each from fiction, picture book, biography, reference and non-fiction sections of the library Five 3x5 cards labeled: Fiction, Picture book, Reference, Biography, Non-fiction Roll … on hand to represent 5 sections of library: fiction, non-fiction, reference, picture book and fiction. (Note: it would be good to have a …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • A Proposal to Lessen World Hunger - … adaptability. Expectations 5e22 A 5e26 A • read a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials (e.g., novels, short stories, biographies, editorials) for … school library’s catalogue files or database to locate fiction and non-fiction materials. The fiction books, which are books with stories that are … on their thoughts, feelings, and imaginings); • read a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials (e.g., novels, short stories, biographies, editorials) for …
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  • To accompany a classroom unit on teeth, first grade students will visit the library to explore fiction books about teeth and discuss the differences between the information they are learning in class (non-fiction) and the story we will read about teeth (f - … review the difference between fiction and non-fiction, what clues on the book tell us whether it is fiction or non-fiction, where these materials are … do we find true information. They will answer non-fiction. Show them some examples for non-fiction books about teeth from the LMC. Ask … will point to the non-fiction section. Ask what clues on the book tell us that a book is non-fiction. They will answer …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-8
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