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Bridging a False Dichotomy between Fiction and Nonfiction Texts in AP Language and Composition

Bridging a False Dichotomy between Fiction and Nonfiction Texts in AP Language and Composition

Bridging a False Dichotomy between Fiction and Nonfiction Texts in AP Language and Composition. Michael Neal, Florida State & Alfonso Correa, School for Talented & Gifted (Dallas) AP Language and Composition Development Committee.

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Discussing Non-Fiction Texts

Discussing Non-Fiction Texts

Discussing Non-Fiction Texts. The Features. How do illustrations and diagrams help you to read this text?. Facts. Tell your partner three facts which you have learned from the text. Fact or Opinion?. Check what your partner said were actual facts, not just their opinion.

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Selective Underlining

Selective Underlining

Selective Underlining. By Debbie Jones. You will learn to:. Decide what it is you want to find out. How to choose the KEY WORDS and PHRASES to underline or highlight in the text. Non-fiction Texts. We are studying non-fiction texts. These types of texts are factual.

By ankti
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Thanks for Joining Us

Thanks for Joining Us

Thanks for Joining Us. Welcome from the Headteacher and an overview of exam results Homework and Progress Initial Testing Success in English Success in Mathematics Success in Science Behaviour for Learning Teaching and Learning. Get the latest news, updates and reminders every day.

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Strategies that Work Teaching for Understanding and Engagement

Strategies that Work Teaching for Understanding and Engagement

Strategies that Work Teaching for Understanding and Engagement. Module 1. Debbie Draper, Julie Fullgrabe & Sue Eden . Links to Tfel. Domain one Learning for effective teaching 1.2 develop deep pedagogical and content knowledge 1.6 Design, plan and organise for teaching and learning.

By chelsey
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Welcome to Year 3

Welcome to Year 3

Welcome to Year 3. Curriculum Information Evening. Aims of the Evening. To give you an overview of the subjects and skills taught in Year 3. We will give you some ideas to help you support your child with their learning at home. Staff in Year 3. Mr Lonergan in Class 3L

By merlin
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Unit 3 : Contemporary Controversies

Unit 3 : Contemporary Controversies

True genius resides in the capacity for the evaluation of uncertain, hazardous, and conflicting information. - Winston Churchill . GRADE 12 LANGUAGE ARTS. Unit 3 : Contemporary Controversies. CONTEMPORARY. “at the same time”

By mirra
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ACS 2B

ACS 2B

ACS 2B. Room 34. 2008-2009. About Myself. I have a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and a Teaching Diploma from AUB . I graduated in 1989. I have been teaching for 19 years (14 years in pre-K, 2 years in grade 1, 2 years in grade 2, 1 year in grade 3) at ACS. This is my 3 rd year

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A Guide of Common Core Shifts for Students and Parents

A Guide of Common Core Shifts for Students and Parents

A Guide of Common Core Shifts for Students and Parents. Shifts in the CCGPS. 6 Shifts in ELA/Literacy. 6 Shifts in Mathematics. Focus: learn more about fewer, key topics Build skills within and across grades Develop speed and accuracy Really know it. Really do it.

By galen
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November 18 th

November 18 th

November 18 th. Reading. Sharing Feast. Comparing and contrasting characters and experiences within fiction books Comparing and contrasting similar non-fiction texts Describing the role of the author and illustrator and how they work together

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Good Readers make Good Writers

Good Readers make Good Writers

Good Readers make Good Writers. Gill Matthews Stephanie Austwick Kevin Jeffery The Professional Literacy Company. Introduction The context – Reading Detectives New Orders for English The Units – KS1 fiction KS2 fiction Non-fiction – the research process

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Early Visions of America

Early Visions of America

Early Visions of America. The Writing of Christopher Columbus and John Smith. First… “Close Reading”. What does it mean to do a “close reading” of a text? What are some of the strategies of a close reader? An effective and simple way to approach all non-fiction texts: “The APT Reader” A.P.T.

By udell
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A Guide of Common Core Shifts for Students and Parents

A Guide of Common Core Shifts for Students and Parents

A Guide of Common Core Shifts for Students and Parents. Shifts in the CCGPS. 6 Shifts in ELA/Literacy. 6 Shifts in Mathematics. Focus: learn more about fewer, key topics Build skills within and across grades Develop speed and accuracy Really know it. Really do it.

By will
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Shoal Creek Elementary

Shoal Creek Elementary

Shoal Creek Elementary. Communication Arts. Writing- Units of Study Reading – Small Group Instruction based on student needs Using non-fiction texts. 3 rd Grade Comm. Arts. 4 th Grade Comm. Arts. 5 th Grade Comm. Arts. Math. Full Implementation of Everyday Math Focus is on Measurement

By evadne
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IGCSE EXAM REVISION LESSON TWO TITLE: Summarising From non-fiction texts

IGCSE EXAM REVISION LESSON TWO TITLE: Summarising From non-fiction texts

IGCSE EXAM REVISION LESSON TWO TITLE: Summarising From non-fiction texts . LEARNING OBJECTIVES. To develop the ability to summarise from non-fiction extracts To improve close reading skills.

By adsila
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February News

February News

February News. Mrs. Barron’s Class Alaina.Perviss@levy.k12.fl.us. What Are We Learning?. Notes. The class is running low on dry erase markers. We are asking for donations of black and blue dry erase markers. We use dry erase makers daily to practice phonics and math skills. Language Arts

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to inform

to inform

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Writing Centers… sort of!

Writing Centers… sort of!

Writing Centers… sort of!. Please come in and prepare for class. First Block- Read Siletly . My head hurt. When we gonna eat. l ets go to henry house I leaving now He don’t like vegetables. Warm Up- Correct these sentences. Movement: walking quietly with your hands to yourself.

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How do you understand the subject of focus in an expository text?

How do you understand the subject of focus in an expository text?

How do you understand the subject of focus in an expository text?. In this lesson, you will learn how to understand the subject of focus by creating a mental model. Most non-fiction texts are organized by title, subtitle, and sections. 1. 2. Core Lesson.

By olisa
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READING

READING

GOOD TO OUTSTANDING. READING. Geoff Barton Tuesday, September 2, 2014. www.geoffbarton.co.uk. Effective reading is … A ctively taught Based on a rich variety of texts Rooted in reading for pleasure Not about analysis Always linked to writing. Reading Non-Fiction.

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