One of the big changes for teachers writing new curricula to meet Common Core Standards is the incorporation of nonfiction in the English Language Arts Curriculum. As ELA teachers, we are experts in teaching literature — but nonfiction? Having recently gone through...
Teaching students nonfiction reading skills — from understanding an expert’s bias to learning how to be active readers — is an important component of Common Core State Standards, educator Bill Ferriter writes in this blog post. He shares four...
Some teachers are blending fiction and nonfiction materials in the classroom as they shift to Common Core State Standards, which emphasize informational texts, such as essays and historical documents. Some educators and experts question whether fiction will be...
With so many hot topic issues in the news it is hard to avoid talking to students about sensitive issues. In 1983, ABC showed “The Day After,” a film depicting the day after a fictional nuclear war and its impact on several Midwestern families. Everyone was encouraged...
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