Using nonfiction in a read-aloud program



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
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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