Kamis, 01 Desember 2011

Non-Fiction Activities for the Third Grade

Help students identify non-fictional elements in fictional books.

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Students in the third grade are learning to gather information from their reading and to convey information in their writing. Part of this developing skill set is the ability to tell fact from fiction; equally important is the ability to recognize linear story sequences and logical progressions. Students can practice these skills by connecting fictional stories to factual information, researching topics of interest to them and writing fictional and non-fictional stories based on their research.

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