Using nonfiction in a read-aloud program

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Title Using nonfiction in a read-aloud program: letting the facts speak for themselves
Author(s) Ray Doiron
Journal Reading Teacher
Date 1994
Volume 47
Issue
Start page 616
Abstract Challenges the pervasive role that fiction has played in read-aloud programs and develops a rationale for including nonfiction. Includes a 20-item annotated bibliography of nonfiction read-alouds. (SR)

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