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Fiction or Non-Fiction?

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  • 1. FICTION
    AND
    NON-FICTION
  • 2. Non-Fiction
    Fiction
    What is it?
    What is it?
    Characteristics
    Characteristics
    Types of Fiction
    Types of Fiction
    Examples
    Examples
  • 3. Why is it important for us to be able to tell the difference between fiction and non-fiction?
    Discuss this at your table. Make sure everyone knows the answer. The computer is going to choose who answers.
  • 4. What kinds of things can we look for on a book to help us decide if it is fiction or non-fiction?Discuss at your table for 2 minutes. Everyone will need to know the answer because the computer is going to pick someone.
  • 5. Fiction or Non-Fiction?
    Press A for Fiction
    Press B for Non-fiction
  • 6. Fiction or Non-Fiction?
    Press A for Fiction
    Press B for Non-fiction
  • 7. Listen to the Audio Clip.Then answer the question.
    Press A for Fiction.
    Press B for Non-fiction.
    Discuss at your table…
    What do you think the chicken coop Monster is?
    How can the narrator solve the mystery of the chicken coop monster?
  • 8. Kids at
    Work
  • 9. Is the “kids at work” excerpt an example of fiction?
    Press A for Yes.
    Press B for No.
    What do you think that Hine’s goal was?
    How do you feel about what you heard?
  • 10. A quick review
    To check for understanding
  • 11. What is fiction?
    Story that is about a specific person.
    Story or writing that is made up.
    True stories about real events.
    The drag that is created when two objects rub against each other.
  • 12. Which is not an example of non-fiction?
    Magazine
    Short Story
    Newspaper
    Biography
    Encyclopedia
  • 13. Is it possible to look at the information on the back of the title page to determine if a book is fiction or non-fiction?
    Yes
    No
    Not sure
  • 14. If you had a choice, would you choose to read fiction or non-fiction?
    Fiction
    Non-fiction
  • 15. Did today’s lesson help you differentiate between fiction and non-fiction?
    Not really. It was mostly review.
    Kind of. I learned at least one new piece of information.
    Yes. I learned at least two things I didn’t know before.
    WOW! This lesson was great! I learned a whole bunch of stuff I never knew!
  • 16. On a scale of 1-5, how did you like the lesson?