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Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers
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Great Non-Fiction Titles for Middle School Readers

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Booktalk slideshow for 8th Grade EXCEL language arts.

Booktalk slideshow for 8th Grade EXCEL language arts.

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  • 1. Open Up Your World Read Non-Fiction
  • 2. Why Do We Read Non-Fiction? To Expand Our Knowledge To Have Our Own Experiences Validated and Confirmed For Help To Connect with Other Human Beings Because Truth is More Amazing Than Fiction
  • 3. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are neede d to see this picture. In Afghanistan... ★ 20 percent of children die before age 5. ★ The average life expectancy is 44 years old (compared to about 80 in the US). ★ 90% of the world’s heroin is produced here. ★ Only 28% of the adult population knows how to read & write, and only 13% of women.
  • 4. And Picasso Painted Guernica by Alain Serres
  • 5. Practical (and hilarious!) advice on how to survive... ★ Wildfires ★ A Jerky Teacher ★ Getting Lost in the Woods ★ A Snakebite ★ ...and More! Pro Tips Like... “Many seabirds hunt during the day and fly back to land at dusk. Toward sunset, let your BB (best feathered friend) use its all-natural GPS to lead you to dry ground.”
  • 6. North Korea & South Korea at Night QuickTime™ an d a decompressor are need ed to see this p icture . Why is North Korea dark?

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