Both projects included accessing our AEA databases and doing some nonfiction reading. To reinforce this, a recent library display showed students that the realities of nonfiction topics often are reflected in the fiction books they more often gravitate toward. Take a look at some of the more popular nonfiction topics and their fiction counterparts.
Topics for the display included:
- natural disasters
- war spies
- paranormal activity
- Vietnam War
- extreme sports
- mental health
Throughout the year, students watch book trailers in Literacy Studies class as part of our routine, and often nonfiction titles are included. Recently students watched these trailers:
Stay tuned! More books--including nonfiction reading--will be featured in an upcoming post. Happy reading!