Non Fiction Middle School Books

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Book Collection: Nonfiction - Middle School Edition contains informative abstracts and searchable full text for more than 3, 200 popular nonfiction books. The database includes high interest titles on careers, health, life skills, ethnicity, disabilities, adventure, sports, technology and much more.

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Educator/writer wanted part-time

2010-11-16 21:14:09 by bookie13

We are a small start-up developing an educational website aimed at high school and middle schools. Part of what we will provide is a library of 500-1200 word text excerpts from books (plays, speeches, letters, etc.) of all genres (both fiction and non-fiction) and writing prompts to go along with the excerpts. The titles in our library are drawn from college and high school reading lists, the national Core Standards and other sources.
A writing prompt will ask a student to write a 300-word essay, blog post, letter, etc. that relates to what they read. As an example, a student might be asked to read the second chapter of Sinclair Lewis's Babbitt, and then complete the following assignment:
No matter the genre, every novelist has the same problem: How to bring their characters...

Okay let's get this going now.

2008-11-21 12:08:42 by david46208

Funny thing is my parents belong the black upper-middle class society. A large portion of my social sphere growing up related to continued socialization around positive African Americans. My parents worked with great umbrage and tenacity to expose me to the arts and other cultural necessities. They packed the house with a library full of African American books from fiction to non-fiction. I have said that and it has been stated many times that they might have the largest AA library in the bay.
They sent me to school well prepared to combat educational racism. They always suggested that you stand tall and proud and push the boundaries out more

For am, or whomever LOVES to LAUGH

2004-12-06 15:50:04 by ctpdc

From Patton Oswalt's blog thingy
december 2nd
On the plane to New York I read Favius Friedman’s GREAT HORROR MOVIES. When I was in elementary school I bought a copy of this at one of those Scholastic Book Fairs, where kids were encouraged to dive head-first into the lonely, fuck-free world of reading. I was the first to jump. But instead of buying books like HARRIET THE SPY and HOW TO EAT FRIED WORMS and DILDO THE UNICORN I bought non-fiction, monster-movie shit like GREAT HORROR MOVIES and GREAT MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES (which had this trippy, puke-green-tinted cover of King Kong)

These are all wonderful suggestions!

2009-12-18 00:53:15 by labmk09

To add, a few of the most poignant books I ever read to help understand my minority students were books on their cultures. I think a non-fiction book on a different culture/religion/ethnicity/etc can help you as a teacher understand some behaviors or customs. I learned this a little late in some cases (though I guess not too late, I'm doing my student teaching) but it has helped greatly to understand. I'm not talking a boring, huge textbook here though! Just some basic information, probably even could find online.
As far as novels go...my all time favorite is "the absolutely true diary of a part time indian" It is funny, engaging, and it details a Native American high schoolers life on the reservation and in public schools


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