Lessons for Non-Fiction

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  • Fiction vs. Nonfiction - … Summary: Students will show that they understanding the difference between fiction and nonfiction books. This is important since students need to … a look at both a fiction and non-fiction book, both featuring a similar topic, such as a fiction story of a whale and … , I will have posted and we will review the words "fiction" and "non-fiction" which they have already been exposed to last year … getting another chance. (Day 3) We will read a narrative non-fiction text. This will throw them off a bit, so I …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Non-Fiction Read-aloud - … , etc... Prerequisite: None Materials: an age-appropriate and topic-appropriate non-fiction book materials for an age-appropriate and relevent follow-on … . picture of a beeWhen studying insects, pick an age appropriate non-fiction book on Bees, for example. Read a section that relates … disinfect them between uses! When studying the senses, pick a non-fiction book on smell, and read an appropriate section - for example …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Reading and Responding: Lesson 2 - … you do may fall into one of these three categories: fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. After you have read a passage, you may … you do: fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. What does it mean when your teacher says, "This piece of writing is fiction"? What is fiction? Pause … and to understand it. Poetry doesn't look like the fictional and non-fictional pieces. Poetry uses words, language, and punctuation marks in …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Reading guides - … draw on prior knowledge of non-fiction features. Ask students to recall the ways they have "attacked" various non-fiction texts they have used before. Briefly brainstorm/shout out a list of non-fiction features. If students need … ), textbooks (table of contents, chapter headings, subheadings, chapter summaries, glossaries), Non-fiction books (prefaces, epilogues, chapter notes, introduction, appendix, illustrations and photographs …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - … students to use what they know about non-fiction texts and apply it to computer based non-fiction. They simultaneously pick up and utilize … independent study. Materials : Non-fiction picture books Research folders Laptops Inspiration software The unit began by discussing features of non-fiction text to facilitate fact-finding and information gathering. Teachers should allow 2-3 weeks of exposure to features of non-fiction
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Radical Reads - … members several minutes to brainstorm three to five fiction and three to five non-fiction books that they have read and enjoyed. Encourage … selections for both fiction and non-fiction onto two separate pieces of newsprint or large sheets of construction paper. Hang all fiction lists on one wall of the room and all non-fiction lists on another wall. Allow …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Learning Contracts - … and significance of the event. B. Non-Fiction Picture Book: Create a 6-10 page non-fiction picture book depicting important events from the … neatly in chronological order 6pts. Total pts. Possible: 18 pts. Non-Fiction Picture Book Scoring Guide: ____Book includes 6-10 appropriate events … and significance of the event. B. Non-Fiction Picture Book: Create a 6-10 page non-fiction picture book depicting important events from the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • What You're Reading This Summer: The Results of Our Survey - … author. Teacher Lists: Professional Reading Fiction Young Adult Nonfiction Student Lists: Required Reading: Fiction Nonfiction Non-required Reading: Fiction Nonfiction Lists From Teachers Professional … not specify, we have classified those choices under "Non-Required Reading." Non-Required Reading Fiction "End of Story," Peter Abrahams "Have a Little … "The Innocent Traveler," Ethel Wilson "The Book Thief," Markus Zusak Non-Fiction Sports, Culture, Current Events "Touchdown Alexander," Shaun Alexander The Best …
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  • One can almost hear the collective groan when the Dewey Decimal System is mentioned. But teaching and learning the DDC can be fun! Students will enjoy identifying and then categorizing items from "real life" into Dewey categories. - … " into Dewey categories. Goals & Objectives: Students will learn that the non-fiction section of the LMC is organized by subject. Students will … students of fiction and non-fiction sections of the LMC. (fiction section- books organized by author's last name, letters on bookcases; non-fiction section- books organized by subject, numbers on bookcases) Give each student a Dewey Bookmark and take a tour of the non-fiction
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-8
  • Wacky wheels and Marvelous Machines - … taking with a graphic organizer Journal writing Concept mapping Reading non-fiction text Listing/categorizing Participation in, and observation of, classroom demonstrations … Motivation Note taking with a graphic organizer Journal writing Reading non-fiction text Participation in, and observation of, classroom demonstration Scientific Method … "Take-Home" assignment "Hands-On" activity Activating prior knowledge Reading non-fiction text Classifying Family participation Small group work Graphic representation Students …
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