Lessons for Non-Fiction

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  • The History of the Holocaust From A Personal Perspective - … a European nation of their choosing. Have them create a fictional character, but the journal should be based on historical events … orally or in writing: Imagine that you had been a non-Jewish Dutch citizen during the occupation period. What plan could … and his younger brother George. You can create your own fictional versions of other actual characters such as the Dutch policeman … consider having their students who produce artwork, poetry, prose or fiction on the Holocaust place their work on the Internet for …
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  • Introducing Tolkien and His Worlds - … essay titled "Why Are Americans Afraid of Dragons?" the science fiction and fantasy author Ursula K. Le Guin offered a similar … , reading or performing their favorite discoveries. Do any of these non-Western tales have obvious Western equivalents? www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com 32 … . The Language of the Night: Essays on Fantasy and Science Fiction. HarperCollins, 1992. Tolstoy, Leo. War and Peace. New American Library …
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  • Connecting folktales and culture in North Carolina and beyond - … 2.03: Read a variety of texts, including: fiction (legends, novels, folklore, science fiction). nonfiction (autobiographies, informational books, diaries, journals). poetry (concrete … use of technological and informal tools (e.g., print and non-print texts, artifacts, people, libraries, databases, computer networks). Goal 4 … .08: Demonstrate evidence of language cohesion by: logical sequence of fiction and nonfiction retells. time order sequence of events. sustaining conversations …
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  • Developing a Sense of Worth in Oneself and Respecting the Similarities and Differences of Others - … a completed copy of a fictional model for parents to view. Prepare an overhead of your completed fictional model. Getting Started Knowledge … . Accept both religious and non-religious responses; for example, birthday celebrations and so on. * Use your fictional model that you sent home … of various holidays. Students bring in pictures of their celebrations (non-religious or religious) to share. Subject and Level Learner Outcomes …
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  • We're Off To The Races! - … time, they use their problem-solving skills by attaching the non-magnetic items to the magnetic items. Crosscurricular links are provided … Berenstain Bears Are Off to the Races and write a fictional story about their own racing adventure. Ohio Proficiency Learning Outcomes … reading the book, ask the students to complete their own fictional narrative about a race adventure. You may wish to require …
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  • California Labor Strikes in the 1930s - An Introduction - … comprehend two content-related maps 3. Read and evaluate historical fiction 4. Organize and apply vocabulary North Carolina Social Studies Curriculum … two and three will be handed out to the class. Non-print: Colored Pencils, overhead sheets, overhead markers, apples for class … might be able to draw from this piece of historical fiction about real migrant worker strikes at the time. Ideally some …
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  • Describing Words: A Lesson Plan on Adjectives - … short narrative to use adjectives to describe a real or fictional person. Please see the independent practice section for further information … short narrative to use adjectives to describe a real or fictional person. Please see the independent practice section for further information … Available? Yes Access Privileges: Public License: CPALMS License - no distribution - non commercial * Please note that examples of resources are not intended …
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  • The Wednesday Wars: Vietnam Mini Research - … Reading standards to literature (e.g., "Compare and contrast a fictional portrayal of a time, place, or character and a historical … Wednesday Wars?To extend the lesson, students could read another fiction novel that uses the Vietnam War period as a setting … Available? Yes Access Privileges: Public License: CPALMS License - no distribution - non commercial * Please note that examples of resources are not intended …
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  • Picturing Japanese American Internment: Dorothea Lange - … immigrants of that time, Japanese immigrants and many others considered "non-white" were not allowed to apply for US citizenship. Nearly … internment? Discuss your reasons for the choices you made. Historical Fiction Consider studying Japanese internment in World War II in a … can historical fiction be "truthful?" In what ways can historical fiction be misleading, incorrect, or even false? What can historical fiction do or …
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  • Picturing Japanese American Internment: Dorothea Lange - … immigrants of that time, Japanese immigrants and many others considered "non-white" were not allowed to apply for US citizenship. Nearly … internment? Discuss your reasons for the choices you made. Historical Fiction Consider studying Japanese internment in World War II in a … can historical fiction be "truthful?" In what ways can historical fiction be misleading, incorrect, or even false? What can historical fiction do or …
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