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Nonfiction Reading Sources and Strategies

By Beth Newingham on February 7, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

Brent Vasicek, the Scholastic classrom advisor for grades 3-5, posted a great piece describing purposeful ways to weave nonfiction into your curriculum. He provides teachers with a list of sources to use for nonfiction texts and describes three creative nonfiction comprehension strategies: “Mind Mapping,” “In Three Words,” and “RCRRC: Read, Cover, Remember, Retell, Check.”

Read his post "Nonfiction Reading Sources and Strategies" to learn more!

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