Nonfiction Detectives

Unit 3: Nonfiction Part I
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: Students compare and contrast texts into genres. They determine specific features that differentiate nonfiction from fiction. Students work with a partner or small group to exchange ideas about the categories each book falls into.

Big Idea: No student can resist the invitation to get up and move around the classroom. In this lesson, students search the space for samples of fiction and nonfiction texts.

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