Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Nonfiction writing. Get inspired and try out new things.
Whether you're just getting started or halfway through this WIP, try these methods to land on the best way to structure your nonfiction book.
In the wide world of writing prompts, the options are slim for creative nonfiction writers. Even the relevant prompts are often jumbled together with essay and fictional prompts, making it hard for writers to find what they really want. But not to worry. I present one whole hefty list of prompts just for creative nonfiction […]
Tia Dali saved to Ela teacher
Writing Introductions to Non-Fiction Writing Pieces We are currently working on a non-fiction writing unit, and the students are loving it! We have been working on our introductions for our President Research Reports using one of the lessons in the unit from the Lucy Calkins units of study We started with a mini-lesson where we explored various non-fiction mentor texts looking for ways authors wrote their introductions. Then we made an anchor chart which I modified from the book. The…
Jennifer Jones saved to Writing
Think you're ready to start writing your nonfiction book? Here are three things you need to ask yourself before you start writing your book. Don't forget to repin this for later!!
Jessica Roush saved to Good things to know
tools for writing nonfiction
Looking for ways to motivate students to read? Try these five free nonfiction articles to use in your classroom. No prep and ready to go!
Donna Hogge saved to Interactive student notebooks
Teaching informational writing doesn't have to be tough in first and second grade. Teaching it with these topics, graphic organizers, and activities is a great way to begin! These examples and templates make it easy for you, but the different animals make it more fun for your students!
Kat saved to Informational writing
Informational writing in second grade. See how to teach writers' workshop in a 2nd grade classroom using our anchor charts and resources.
Grammar Fun saved to Reading and Writing Fun
These anchor charts will help you answer all your students' questions about nonfiction.
Tracy Sztanya saved to Middle School
Writing a memoir is about more than just telling your life story. It's about writing it in a way that encompasses you in a creative way readers love.
Madhu Isseri saved to How to write a memoir