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Adventures in Non-Fiction

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Amanda Hornberger

on 19 June 2013

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Transcript of Adventures in Non-Fiction

Adventures in
Reading & Writing
Non-Fiction!

Features of Fiction
"Make Believe", Story is not real
Setting, Characters and events are not real (animals can talk & Children can fly!)
Author's Purpose: Entertain
Contains Illustrations
Has a Beginning, middle, & end
Read from beginning to end
Features of Non-Fiction
About Real People, Places and Things
Also known as Informational Text
Real Characters, Setting and Events
Gives Information, Contains photographs
Author's Purpose: Inform or Persuade
Can be read in any order
Do no need to read entire book
With a partner, you will now explore a variety of
Non-fiction Texts.

Non-Fiction Text Features
Fiction Vs. Non-Fiction
Scavenger Hunt!
"Make Believe"- Story is not real
Setting, Characters and events are not real (animals can talk & Children can fly!)
Author's Purpose: Entertain
Contains Illustrations
Has a Beginning, middle, & end
Read from beginning to end
It's Your Turn. ..
Think-Pair-Share
We have been reading about the life of Rosa Parks. Let's see if we can find some of these text features in our book.
Read a biography of your choice.
Decide which two
non-fiction text
features are
most important...
Explain how
each text feature helps
you to
understand the text.
Can you think of any other examples of Non-Fiction?
With your partner, take your sheet and walk around the room to the different non-fiction text feature stations. Identify and record as many text features as you can.
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The Task...
You are Ready to Try it on your own...
What do these text features look like?
Lesson II

Introduction to Non-Fiction
Text Features
4 Corners
Let's Compare!
Does my card contain a feature/example of fiction or non-fiction?
Are You Ready to Play
Fiction or Non-Fiction???
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Author's purpose?
Visit Each of the Four Corners.
Choose 1 card from each corner.
At your seat, determine author's purpose and if the passage is Fiction or Non-Fiction.
Explain your reasoning!
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