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Website Evaluation - Dr. Kevin M. Hurley Middle School. Login for the Gospel of John | Dallas Theological Seminary – Online Courses. CommonLit | Texts | Free Fiction & Nonfiction Literacy Resources, Curriculum, & Assessment Materials for Middle & High School English Language Arts. 14 Tips for Pairing Fiction With Nonfiction in Grades K–5. Pairing fiction with nonfiction is a fantastic way to engage different kinds of learners in content with common themes. In the early grades, it can also be a way of helping students understand the attributes of both types of reading material.

Pairing fiction with nonfiction can also deepen the dialogue and questions raised during discussions and inquiry-based activities. Here are some great ideas for pairing fiction and nonfiction in the elementary classroom: 1. Build the bridge. Some of your readers may prefer fiction, while others gravitate to the nonfiction resources in your classroom library. Sometimes it’s the teacher who has to help students make the connections. 2. The book Wonder by R.J. 3. Explore themes such as bravery, community, friendship, generosity, responsibility, kindness and courage by pairing titles in the Great Books fiction series and grade-specific nonfiction libraries. 4. 5. 6. Pairing picture books with nonfiction can be a perfect match. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. The Promise of VR and Reality of Education: A Complete Educator's Guide to VR. Dynamic Periodic Table. Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund | News Stories of Vietnam. Teachers/Presenters: Download Presentation - requires internet connection Download Presentation - does not require internet connection Thank you to the following reviewers of the curriculum: Andrew Demko, Rainier Junior/Senior High School; George Herring, University of Kentucky; Mark Lawrence, University of Texas at Austin; Ed Moise, Clemson University; Susan Tomlinson, Franklin Central High School.

What types of information do you think news outlets have a responsibility to report to the public? In large part, particularly in the early years of the Vietnam War, news reports focused on major military developments as the war progressed, such as the March 1965 New York Times article featured on slide 1 that details the deployment of Marines to Da Nang. January - February 1968 marked the Tet Offensive, a series of attacks by North Vietnam and the National Liberation Front (NLF) in South Vietnam.