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This is an elementary lesson on fiction versus nonfiction.

This is an elementary lesson on fiction versus nonfiction.

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  • Fiction versus Nonfiction
  • Everything you read is either fiction or nonfiction.
  • How can you tell the difference?
  • Fiction is FAKE!
  • Fiction is make-believe.
  • Authors use their imaginations to write fiction stories.
  • In fiction books the pictures are not realistic.
  • Books with talking animals are fiction.
  • Books with magic are fiction.
  • Some examples of fiction include…
  • Short Stories and Picture Books
  • Poems
  • Fairy Tales
  • The purpose of fiction is to entertain the reader.
  • Nonfiction is the opposite of fiction.
  • Nonfiction is true!
  • Nonfiction tells you facts.
  • In nonfiction books the pictures are realistic.
  • Books that tell you how to do something are nonfiction.
  • Books about real people and real events are nonfiction.
  • Books about real things and real places are nonfiction.
  • Some examples of nonfiction include…
  • Autobiographies andBiographies
  • Newspaper Articles
  • Encyclopedias
  • The purpose of nonfiction is to inform the reader.
  • Are you still confused?
  • Fiction = Not True
    Nonfiction = True
    Remember that you can only say NO once.