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Reading Nonfiction: Challenge And Change


If you’ve been eagerly anticipating Kylene Beers and Bob Probst's nonfiction follow-up to Notice & Note, the wait is overReading Nonfiction: Notice & Note Stances, Signposts, and Strategies is out now! In today's blog, Bob and Kylene discuss how successful nonfiction should challenge and/or change your held beliefs.

Nonfiction ought to offer the reader something new. It ought to confirm a belief or challenge a belief. Challenge and change are so integral to the work of nonfiction that Kylene and Bob considered calling their book Challenge & Change. Watch the video below.

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Visit the official Reading Nonfiction page for more information.

This month is Nonfiction November! Celebrate by using the hashtag #NonficNov and by visiting our page for the Notice & Note Student Bookmarks.

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Kylene Beers and Bob Probst have helped thousands of teachers with strategies for the close reading of fiction in Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading. And now, coming this autumn, the authors return with Reading Nonfiction: Notice and Note Stances, Signposts and Strategies.

Visit the Reading Nonfiction page.

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