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When people ask me for nonfiction recommendations, they often request nonfiction books that reads like fiction. Here are some of my favorites... #reading #book #bookish #bookworms #booklovers #booklist #nonfiction
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…
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Before studying to become a reading specialist, I had never explicitly been taught nonfiction text structures as a student and I also hadn’t been taught the importance of teaching them to our students as an
Looking for ways to motivate students to read? Try these five free nonfiction articles to use in your classroom. No prep and ready to go!
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Learn something new with this list of nonfiction books to make you smarter. #books #knowledge #learn
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Need a good story to keep you reading non-fiction? These six will pull you in just like a novel.
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<a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Its-All-Your-Head-Imaginary/dp/0701189266" target="_blank"><i>It's All in Your Head</i> by Suzanne O'Sullivan</a>
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Reading nonfiction texts can be overwhelming for students, especially when it comes to a topic they are unfamiliar with at a reading a level that is even slightly above theirs. With a push to read
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