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Nonfiction vs Fiction - What's the Difference?

Unit 5: Writing Narrative Stories to Entertain Your Readers
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Objective: SWBAT...compare and contrast narrative fiction books and informational nonfiction books to determine the ways they are similar and different.

Big Idea: Fiction is written for entertainment; nonfiction is written to inform.

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