Mini-Lessons for Teaching About Nonfiction: Teacher-Tested Lessons With Research-Based Strategies That Introduce Key Nonfiction Features and Bu by Diane FarnhamMini-Lessons for Teaching About Nonfiction: Teacher-Tested Lessons With Research-Based Strategies That Introduce Key Nonfiction Features and Bu by Diane Farnham

Mini-Lessons for Teaching About Nonfiction: Teacher-Tested Lessons With Research-Based Strategies…

byDiane Farnham, Paula Jensvold, Brigid Kulhowvick

Paperback | November 1, 2007

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Three seasoned teachers share ways to teach early learners to read and write informational texts. Their step-by-step mini-lessons demonstrate how to help children distinguish between fiction and nonfi ction, build background knowledge and vocabulary, and become familiar with captions, diagrams, maps, and more. Also included are strategies for teaching about main idea, compare and contrast, and other key skills.
BRIGID KULHOWVICK teaches grades 1?2 multi-age at Rick Marcotte Central School in South Burlington, Vermont. Over the past 26 years, she has also taught first grade, second grade, grades 2?3 multi-age, and Chapter 1 Reading. She holds a Master's degree in Reading from St. Michael's College. DIANE FARNHAM is a second grade teacher at Ri...
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Title:Mini-Lessons for Teaching About Nonfiction: Teacher-Tested Lessons With Research-Based Strategies…Format:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 10.9 × 8.5 × 0.23 inPublished:November 1, 2007Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0439856566

ISBN - 13:9780439856560

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