Fiction and nonfiction
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An early lesson you want to teach your students is the difference in books that tell stories and books that give information. I have found that the best way to teach this is within context of different types of texts. Let's read more about some resources that I have used to teach the differences in the two types, as well as meet our pesky friend, the BOOK BANDIT! We begin the unit learning the text features of both types of texts by creating this anchor chart and using real text examples to…
A Livingston saved to Work
Hey everyone! Sooooo my kiddos are REALLY struggling with fiction and nonfiction! For some reason this surprised me a little bit, so I whipped up these posters the other night to hang in my room. I'm thinking a fiction/nonfiction mini-unit will happen very soon:) You can get these posters for FREE if you just follow this link. Let me know if you download it, and how you plan to use it:) I have been pretty overwhelmed this week with TRAININGS! I was out on Wednesday for a district training…
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Debby Komp saved to Teaching First Grade
Rhyming Clues! Read the clues, cut and paste to match the pictures! Great for BEGINNING readers!
Are you searching for a good list of book genres? Look no further, as we have curated a list of 30 fiction and nonfiction genres that every author needs to know about.
Do your students need help understanding the differences between fiction vs nonfiction texts? These ideas & activities are perfect for making an anchor chart for your classroom as your students are learning to distinguish between fiction and nonfiction.
Vikki Morris saved to School stuff
Well hello! You’ve stopped by at a fabulous time because I am about to reveal my SPECTACULAR, WORLD-FAMOUS Fiction and Nonfiction Song! (Please keep in mind that “spectacular” might be a tad bit generous, and that it is only “world-famous” because I am publishing it on this blog, right now, which could, in theory, be … Continue reading "My Spectacular, World-Famous Fiction and Nonfiction Song!"
Sarah Bernard saved to Library
Using Fiction and Nonfiction Features Worksheet, students sort features into different categories based on whether it is found in fiction or non-fiction texts.
Jenn Perrin saved to Language Teaching
Do you use fiction and nonfiction book pairings with your students? Book pairings are great to use with students of all ages because it helps students understand the characteristics of each type of writing and
Have fun comparing Fiction and Nonfiction texts in the classroom with these easy to prepare ideas! If so, we have a few activities you can try out to help your kiddos see the similarities and differences between the two types of text. Class Discussion + Anchor Chart Select 2 books on one topic. As a class, take a picture walk through both books. Decide which is fiction and which is nonfiction. Have your kiddos help you make post it notes to label their reasons. You could also divide into…
Nikkia Moore saved to Media center rules