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Fiction or Nonfiction Can truth change????
Warm- Up Get out your composition books, title this entry “Warm- up (or on Friday!)”. Answer the following questions (in complete sentences) in your composition book. 1. When annotating a text, what do I write on the left hand side of a text? 2. When annotating a text what do I put on the right hand side of the text? 3. What is it called when I draw a line in between a text so that I can separate information? 4. What is another word for predicting? 5. What is a Narrative essay? Is it fiction or nonfiction?
Fact vs. fiction. What are at least 3 facts about this picture? What is probably fiction?
What are at least 3 facts about this picture? What is probably fiction?
Now what… Now we are going to watch a quick video Then you will pull out page 17 from your Reader’s notebook and use the chart while reading “New Directions” by Maya Angelou. When finished, staple the paper in your composition book, on the next available page. Read, ANNOTATE, and complete pages Whatever you don’t finish… is homework!!! (Do it in class so you don’t have to take the book home!)
Exit slip: In your own words, define the difference between fact and fiction. What is a narrative essay? What are some details that describe Annie Johnson’s character? Tell me one way that you were able to relate to Annie Johnson and her story?