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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction | Fiction vs Nonfiction
Do your students need help understanding the differences between fiction vs nonfiction texts? These sorting activities are perfect for making an anchor chart for your classroom as your students are learning to distinguish between fiction and nonfiction. You could also use the descriptor cards in an

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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction RL1.5 (Fiction Vs. Nonfiction)
Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction RL1.5-This pack is packed full of ideas and resources to use while you are teaching the CCSS standard RL1.5. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the pack is still valuable to use when teaching the qualities of fiction and nonfiction and how they compare. Please

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Comparing Fiction and Non-Fiction Worksheets
Use these print-and-go worksheets and activities to explain major differences between books that tell stories and books that give information, drawing on a wide reading of a range of text types that are available in your classroom and library.Click here for more first grade ELA activities!What's Inc
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Giraffes: Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction Text
Practice paired reading in fiction and nonfiction with an animal study about giraffes! This four-page activity involves reading a nonfiction passage about giraffes and then answering questions. Students are prompted to go back to the text and highlight or underline where they found the answer (or a
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The Old Mallory Place: Short Story and Passages Compare Fiction to Non-Fiction
I love suspense and so do my students. That is why I wrote The Old Mallory Place, a tale about a mysterious past that haunts the present. The cliffhanger ending gives your students an opportunity to write their own ending. This resource is the perfect combination of fact and fiction. The 39 page re
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Comparing Fiction and Non-Fiction
Fiction vs. Non-Fiction: Students look at two books on the same topic - one fiction and one non-fiction. They can use this chart to compare the text features of the two books.
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RL.1.5 - Comparing Fictions and Non-Fiction Worksheets
RL.1.5 - Comparing Fictions and Non-Fiction: This fun worksheet bundle includes 5 worksheets, with a corresponding answer key for teacher use! The pdf has a high resolution, and is made to fit 8.5" 11" paper seamlessly. In this set we cover comparing fiction and non-fiction! Students are shown t
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COMPARING FICTION and NONFICTION 1st Grade RL1.5 (CCSS RL 1.5 & TEKS 1.10 and 1.
These two reading comprehension worksheets / graphic organizers can be used with any book. This download also includes an anchor chart in color and black and white. These can be used to teach the reading / language arts standards for first grade in ANY STATE. They are aligned with the CCSS and TEKS

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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction - Google Slides
This activity is designed to compare the elements of fiction and nonfiction texts by providing students with an interactive Google Slides activity to use on Google Drive or in Google Classroom! In this activity students will:- Sort the elements of fiction and nonfiction- Sort fiction and nonfiction
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Comparing fiction and non-fiction books Worksheets (2 levels of difficulty)
This is a zipped folder containing a PDF version and an editable Word / PowerPoint / Excel version of each file: - worksheets at 2 levels of difficulty on comparing the features of fiction and non-fiction books (which can be seen in the preview) You can find more English teaching resources in our
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Compare Fiction and Nonfiction Text, Nonfiction Text Features
This BUNDLE of 20 reading passages with comprehension activities covers first grade ELA standards RL.1.5 Compare Fiction and Informational Text and RI.1.5 Know and Use Various Nonfiction Text Features. Excellent for practice, formative and/or summative assessments, reading groups, homework, and more
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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction Texts
Compare fiction text (excerpt from “Greyling”) with nonfiction text “All About Seals”-Includes STAAR formatted questions-Includes answer key-Examines elements of both fiction and nonfiction texts-Includes elements of fiction questions-Both stories are included with the purchase for your convenience
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Comparing Fiction and NonFiction: Reading Passage and Genre Venn Diagram
This includes a one-page reading passage suitable for Grades 1-3, as well as a venn-diagram page. It explains the characteristics of both fiction and non-fiction texts. Students then use the information from the reading passage to complete the venn-diagram. This is a great in-class activity or ho
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Compare Fiction and Nonfiction - 1st Grade RL.1.5
7 paired stories Lexile® leveled close reading stories to help your 1st graders compare and contrast fiction and nonfiction. 1st grade reading comprehension passages with standard based questions, anchor chart, and test passage. All texts are in the first grade Text Complexity Band (the range for 1s

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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction Text
This product includes three different activities in order to help students understand the differences between fiction and nonfiction texts. Activities that are included are a venn diagram for students to complete comparing the two types of texts, a matching activity, and a sort activity. I hope
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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction: Sticky Note Sorting Activity
This resource includes descriptors of fiction and nonfiction text features that can be printed on sticky notes for sorting. A sorting form is included that the teacher projects on a Smartboard. Students sort the sticky note descriptions on the Smartboard form while the class is also sorting either i
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Graphic Organizer RL1.5 Compare Fiction to NonFiction
This graphic organizer assists students in identifying texts as fiction or non fiction and comparing their similarities and/or differences.
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An Unlikely Spy: Civil War Reading Unit Comparing Fiction to Nonfiction
Brush the dust off of the past and take your students on a journey through the pages of history! If your students are bored with history, they have the wrong resources. All it takes is a suspenseful story about a real-life heroine and fascinating nonfiction passages about the characters and places
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RL1.5 Comparing Fiction and Non-Fiction
This is a graphic organizer students can use to compare fiction and non-fiction books. Students retell (RL1.2) the fiction story and then identify three facts from the non-fiction book.
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RL1.5 Comparing Fiction and Non-Fiction Option 2
Students can compare fiction and non-fiction books on the same topic using this organizer. Students will retell a fiction story using the story elements. They will retell the non-fiction book by determining the main idea and details.
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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction Texts
Making connections in reading is very important in 3rd grade (that is where I currently live, 3rd grade)! Here are three tools to put in your students Interactive notebooks. I have used them several times throughout the year and my kids are fluent in comparing and contrasting because we repeat the
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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction
A straightforward Venn Diagram with word bank of characteristics. Students sort the characteristics according to genre described: fiction, nonfiction, or both.
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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction Printables
This product includes a handful of no-prep printables to help teach your students about the differences between fiction and nonfiction! These printables are a small part of my primary genre study pack, which can be found by clicking here!Enjoy!
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Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction
This open ended worksheet guides students in analysising, comparing, and contrasting paired fiction and nonfiction texts.
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