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Fiction vs. Nonfiction

highlighting the major differences between fiction and nonfiction texts
by

Marissa Levine

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Fiction vs. Nonfiction

Fiction vs Nonfiction Text Fiction tells a made up story
Fiction is NOT TRUE! What is fiction?! Nonfiction is something that
can be proven.
It is something that is TRUE.
Nonfiction is NOT MADE UP like fiction! What is nonfiction?! Use text features
to help navigate and understand what they are reading... When reading nonfiction,
active readers... Active readers understand the difference between fiction and nonfiction texts Fables
Legends
Novels
Science Fiction
Historical Fiction
Folktale
Realistic Fiction
Mystery
Fairy Tales Some examples of fiction: Newspaper article
Speech
Journal
Personal Narrative
Autobiography
Letters
Biography
Journal Some examples of nonfiction: Let's recap: Fiction is something that
is made up
Nonfiction is NOT made up

Fiction is NOT true and CANNOT be proven
Nonfiction is true and can
be proven Now, let's talk about
text features!!!
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