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Name that Genre! Third and Fourth Grade Library
Beezus and Ramona A. Historical Fiction B. Biography C. Realistic Fiction D. Science Fiction
The Chronicles of Narnia A. Fantasy B. Realistic Fiction C. Auto-Biography D. Non-Fiction
My Teacher is an Alien A. Biography B. Realistic Fiction C. Science Fiction D. Fantasy
My Brother Martin A. Science Fiction B. Auto-Biography C. Biography D. Fantasy
Meet Kit A. Science Fiction B. Biography C. Realistic Fiction D. Historical Fiction
The Great Depression A. Biography B. Fantasy C. Non-fiction D. Poetry
Stay Out of the Basement A. Realistic Fiction B. Historical Fiction C. Horror D. Biography
How to Draw Mickey Mouse A. Biography B. Non-fiction C. Realistic Fiction D. Fantasy
A Wrinkle in Time A. Science Fiction B. Realistic Fiction C. Biography D. Non-fiction
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone A. Realistic Fiction B. Biography C. Fantasy D. Horror
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow A. Science Fiction B. Horror C. Realistic Fiction D. Non-fiction
Players in Pigtails A. Science Fiction B. Fantasy C. Horror D. Historical Fiction
Junie B. Jones Smells Something Fishy A. Science Fiction B. Biography C. Horror D. Realistic Fiction
Swamp Angel A. Historical Fiction B. Fairy Tale C. Tall Tale D. Biography
Jumanji A. Realistic Fiction B. Tall Tale C. Historical Fiction D. Fantasy
Rosa Parks, My Story A. Biography B. Auto-Biography C. Realistic Fiction D. Historical Fiction
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing A. Biography B. Fantasy C. Tall Tale D. Realistic Fiction
The Wizard of Oz A. Fantasy B. Realistic Fiction C. Science Fiction D. Horror
Queen of the Falls A. Biography B. Realistic Fiction C. Science Fiction D. Non-fiction
Where the Wild Things Are A. Realistic Fiction B. Fairy Tale C. Fantasy D. Non-fiction
Little Red Riding Hood A. Tall Tale B. Science Fiction C. Realistic Fiction D. Fairy Tale
The Haunted Mask A. Horror B. Science Fiction C. Biography D. Non-fiction
How to Play the Saxophone A. Biography B. Non-fiction C. Fantasy D. Realistic Fiction
Go to Sleep, Groundhog! A. Non-fiction B. Realistic Fiction C. Horror D. Fantasy
Cam Jansen and the Snowy Day Mystery A. Mystery B. Biography C. Horror D. Realistic Fiction
John Henry A. Realistic Fiction B. Tall Tale C. Fairy Tale D. Non-fiction
French Picture Word Book A. Fantasy B. Non-fiction C. Biography D. Realistic Fiction
Aliens for Breakfast A. Realistic Fiction B. Non-fiction C. Mystery D. Science Fiction
Where the Sidewalk Ends A. Tall Tale B. Realistic Fiction C. Auto-Biography D. Poetry
Zathura A. Realistic Fiction B. Biography C. Science Fiction D. Mystery
J. K. Rowling A. Realistic Fiction B. Biography C. Mystery D. Auto-Biography
Dust Devil A. Fairy Tale B. Biography C. Non-fiction D. Tall Tale
The Orange Outlaw A. Biography B. Non-fiction C. Tall Tale D. Mystery
The Widow’s Broom A. Horror B. Fantasy C. Realistic Fiction D. Non-fiction
Some of The Basic Genres Of Literature So, rather than listen to me talk today you are going to use this tool to learn about different types of Literary.
Realistic Fiction Realistic fiction is made up of stories that could really happen. Contemporary realistic fiction is realistic fiction that is set in.
Genres and Subgenres Classifying Stories. Genres and Subgenres Texts can be separated into groups called genres and subgenres. Banana is a Food is a Fruit.
Literary Genre Quiz Directions: For each question, click the button next to the correct answer, and follow the prompts. You must use your mouse and not.
Where is everything ?. How many main sections are there in this library? Basically, we have three main sections in the library that students can go to!
CHILDRENS BOOK ANALYSIS. PRESCHOOL AGE A HIGHER LEVEL BOOK THAN AN INFANT/TODDLER BOOK, BUT A SLIGHTLY LOWER LEVEL THAN PICTURE BOOKS.
Drew Z.. Kindergarten! Learned to hold a pencil I read the book Clifford.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt Genres Types of Sentences.
Literature Genres Sharon Sun July 2, th grade.
Set 1. Clauses Group of words with a subject & verb. Example- The boy is going to the school. Boy is the subject. Is going is the verb.
By Janae Dills. Fantasy is fiction that contains elements that are NOT realistic, such as talking animals and magical powers.
Genre and Subgenre Categories of Writing. Genre = Category All writing falls into a category or genre. We will use 5 main genres and 15 subgenres.
Genres “Genre” is a French word meaning “type” or “kind.” a category of artistic, musical, or literary composition characterized by a particular style,
Learn the Library Crestline School 4 Sections The library at Crestline is arranged in 4 sections: Easy Fiction (Picture Books) Fiction Chapter Books.
$100 $500 $400 $200 $300 $200 $300 $500 $400 Literary Terms FictionFolkloreNon-Fiction POT LUCK CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY.
Lets Learn Library Language There are many words that tell about books and help you understand how a library is organized. Lets look a just a few.
Id like to go to the land of Oz because I would like to see different kinds of people and explore the different cities and buildings.
Genre A category of literature. The main literary genres are fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama.
Harry Potter By J.K. Rowling The movies are good, but the books are better!!!!!!
October 2002 ALSC 2002 National Institute / Guys Read / Power Point by Patrick Jones, Hennepin County Library Reading Don’t Fix No Chevy A quick review.
Folktales Tall Tale Legend Myth Fable. Traditional Literature- Fable The characters are usually animals that have human qualities. One animal usually.
Genres Categories for books. Genres are types or categories that writing falls into.
Elements of Fiction Mr. Dinkel Reading Setting Setting is the times and places in which the events of the story occur. Most stories have multiple settings.
What do you need to do to be successful in AR?. and Comprehension- Vocabulary Read at grade level
Anne Miller All That Corn. Lucy Floyd is the author. Author writes the stories.
©2006, William P. Breitsprecher Back to BreitlinksBack to Breitlinks & Breitlinks. All Rights Reserved Fun Reads, School Favorites Some books that others.
Genre Reading Got Genre?. Barnes & Noble-Style Arrangement of Fiction Books Adventure Christian Fantasy Historical Horror Mystery Realistic Romance Science.
Genre Prompt Cards. Curtain Opener . Clear sentences.
Thinking of Things. The Plant A white face like a cloudy sky with a flowing jungle of green hair covering its face. It hangs there all day by a string.
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