Distinguish fiction from nonfiction. 0301.6.5
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- Alaska Native Stories: Using Narrative to Introduce Expository Text - Students compare and contrast the two types of text in terms of fiction and nonfiction. The narrative stories provide students with a context to begin studying a content area topic, and thus, this lesson emphasizes the integration of curriculum.
- Blending Fiction and Nonfiction to Improve Comprehension and Writing Skills - writing an original piece that blends together narrative and expository elements.
- Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction with Little Red Riding Hood Text Sets - adaptable to grade three.
- Comparing and Contrasting Fiction and Nonfiction - lesson plan
- The Difference Between Fiction and NonFiction - a ThinkQuest entry describing the difference between fiction and nonfiction
- Fiction or NonFiction - Choose whether the book would be a fiction book or a nonfiction book. Ten multiple-choice questions
- Fiction vs Nonfiction Jeopardy - Type the letter "F" (for fiction) or the letters "NF" (for nonfiction) as the answer to each of the questions in this Jeopardy game. a two-person quiz from Quia
- Nonfiction and Fiction - Read about the two types of writing and then answer seven questions.
- Practice: Fiction/Nonfiction - four stories to read and choose whether they are fiction or nonfiction. Stories can be read to the student.
- Prepare to Read Nonfiction - lesson plan
- Quiz Time: Fiction or Nonfiction - read six statements and decide if they are from a fiction or nonfiction selection
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