Lessons for Non-Fiction

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  • Life in an Ecosystem -Plants and Habitat - … writing to understand and use content; • read a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials (e.g., short novels, myths, biographies, short articles … ; – begin to make inferences while reading; – distinguish between fact and fiction; – use familiar vocabulary and the context to determine the meaning … English Language---Reading 4e27 1 4e32 • read a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials (e.g., short novels, myths, biographies, short articles …
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  • Holocaust: What Do You Know? - … for literacy experience Participate in a literature circle Read a non-fiction book Analyze a book for its elements Discuss and take … they will be working in Literature Circles and reading the non-fiction book, Survivors: True Stories of Children in the Holocaust, by … - 5 students per team. The students will read together the non-fiction book, Survivors: True Stories of Children in the Holocaust. Step …
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  • What's in Your Secret Garden? - … often associated with them. Review the difference between fantasy (fiction) and reality (non-fiction). 2.)Introduce Burnett's Secret Garden and allow students … often associated with them. Review the difference between fantasy (fiction) and reality (non-fiction). 2.)Introduce Burnett's Secret Garden and allow students … often associated with them. Review the difference between fantasy (fiction) and reality (non-fiction). 2.)Introduce Burnett's Secret Garden and allow students …
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  • Intro to Literary Analysis - … create interesting and realistic texts. This lesson examines both non-fiction and fiction writing to analyze the techniques authors use to create texts … literary techniques which authors use in the crafting of both fiction and non-fiction. The focus of this lesson will be on the … these two articles. Some responses may be "factual", "scientific", and "non-fiction". Ask the class what kind of techniques these authors used …
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  • Moose, Mooses, or Meese? - … place. You will have to decide if the books are fiction or non-fiction. In this activity you will read several different types … and stack them into two piles. One pile for fiction and one for non-fiction. Have a classmate pick any book from either … learn about moose. Students will learn the difference between fiction and non-fiction Students will compare how the climate and weather are different …
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  • Believe it or Not? - … the Harry Potter novels. Ask the students: Is this story fiction or non-fiction? [Fiction] How can you tell? [A possible response is that … true.] Is the picture on the cover of the book fiction or non-fiction? [Fiction] How do you know? [Students might point out that … non-fiction are intended to give a true account of something while works of fiction are not intended to tell the literal truth. Fiction
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  • Venn Diagram - … differences between fictional and non-fictional dragons. The student will be able to say aloud to the class, five facts about non-fictional dragons. Materials … the students label one circle fictional dragons and the other circle non-fictional dragons Explain to the class that fictional means made up or make-believe dragons from storybooks. And non-fictional are real …
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  • Keep Spreading the News - … , write articles for newspapers and magazines, they write books (both fiction and non-fiction), they write proposals, they create artwork, they perform plays … , write articles for newspapers and magazines, they write books (both fiction and non-fiction), they write proposals, they create artwork, they perform plays … , write articles for newspapers and magazines, they write books (both fiction and non-fiction), they write proposals, they create artwork, they perform plays …
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  • Is It Alive? - … : Provide beginning readers with a related non-fiction text. Have students read to a partner, non-reader or teacher. Have students write a … , markers, numerous living and non-living objects, cameras for each student, individual camera, teacher-created picture cards, related non-fiction text, related poem … (clay, play dough, etc.) Vocabulary: anticipation guide inquiry living misconceptions non-fiction non-living sorting T-Chart Technology Connections: Students use digital, disposable …
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  • Genreflecting - … using PortaPortal Select books representing various fiction genres (historical fiction, mystery, adventure, animal stories, science fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy) and place 4 books NTTI … fiction? 2. Why is this book NOT a non-fiction book? 3. This book could also be considered as what other genre of fiction? (mystery, fantasy, adventure, science fiction, realistic fiction, animal …
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