Lessons for Non-Fiction

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  • Strategically Structured (Text Structures) - … and will get plenty of opportunities to write their own non-fiction pieces using the different text structures. Fourth grade science and … organizer for one of the text structures and compiling a non-fiction piece of writing based on the graphic organizer. The teacher … of non-fiction text structures. Students will identify the text structure when reading a non-fiction text selection. Students will compose their own non-fiction pieces …
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  • Novel Study - Independent Reading - … ELA is attached. Include a variety of titles (classic, popular, fiction, non-fiction). Many school systems have lists which are developed. Make sure … ELA is attached. Include a variety of titles (classic, popular, fiction, non-fiction). Many school systems have lists which are developed. Make sure … ELA is attached. Include a variety of titles (classic, popular, fiction, non-fiction). Many school systems have lists which are developed. Make sure …
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  • Courage Like No Other - … order to aid children in learning about non-fiction text. Children need to learn to relate non-fiction to their personal life and pervious … differences between fiction and non-fiction texts. "Today class, we are going to read a non-fiction book. Until today we have only read fiction material that is mainly for entertainment and they are rarely based on any true-life event. But, non-fiction books …
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  • Fairy Tale Adventures - … • talk about characters and situations in stories, and information in non-fiction materials, and relate them to personal experience; • write materials that … characters and situations in stories, and information and ideas in non-fiction materials; Groupings Students Working Individually Students Working In Pairs Teaching … ; • talk about characters and situations in stories, and information in non-fiction materials, and relate them to personal experience; • express clear responses …
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  • Civil War Literature - … War has been the topic of many different books, encompassing fiction and non-fiction, poetry and prose. Materials: 1) A computer with an … children's stories. Non-fiction A great many historians are interested in studying the Civil War, and thousands of non- fiction books have been … and effects of the war also have been subjects of non-fiction books. Slavery and its abolition are the most popular topics …
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  • On the Move: Animals that Migrate - … and enlarge it.) 5 color markers each a different color Non-fiction books from library about migration, birds and butterflies (approximately 15 … whiteboard or SmartBoard with two columns: "Why" and "Animals" Gather non-fiction books on migration, birds and butterflies enough for at least … ". 3. (Librarian Approximately 30 - 40 min.) Put at least 3 non-fiction migration, bird and butterfly books on tables. Each table should …
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  • Classrooms That Work chapter 6 mailring discussions - … third graders how to "read" non-fiction. I taught mini-lessons on the text structures common in non-fiction texts (heading, sub-heading, labels … gave them each a different non-fiction book (from Rigby, Newbridge, Sundance, etc) and had them do a Non-Fiction Scavenger Hunt. I wrote up a several page guide that had all the components of non-fiction that might …
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  • Metamorphosis - Stories of Change - … pollution, myth, storytelling, change, metamorphosis, narrative, point-of-view, irony, fiction, non-fiction, ozone, atmosphere Reviews: Read Reviews | Review/Comment Related Curriculum : subject … topic. Encourage students to develop storytelling skills for use in non-fictional expository writing. Telling a story is a convenient way to … . In addition, non-fiction storytelling is good preparation for the challenge of telling a fictional "made up" story. In a non-fiction story, the elements …
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  • Students use the OPAC to identify print resources on their research topic, find books on the shelves, and create a citation for a book. - … . 6 non-fictions books for each group of 4 students. 4. 3 non-fiction books per student on their topic. 5. 1 non-fiction books containing … types of call numbers (Reference, Biography, Fiction, and Non-fiction), focusing on Dewey Decimal Call Numbers for non-fiction. ? SLMS will remind students that books … topic. Day 2 - Before students arrive, SLMS will place a non-fiction book containing bibliographies. Each pair of students will share a …
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  • Text Detectives Investigate Meat Eating Plants - … In this lesson, students will identify the text features of non-fiction books and use several informational texts on meat-eating plants … features of the book. Discuss the guiding question: Why do non-fiction books have so many different text features? Take this time … Text Feature Power Point to introduce and discuss text features. Non-fiction text features.pptx 4. Read Aloud Chapter 1 of the …
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