Daily Lessons for Teaching Let Me Hear Your Voice: A Family's Triumph Over Autism

Catherine Maurice
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Objective

Objective: Foreword and Acknowledgments Nonfiction is any book that gives an account of a true subject. It may be in the form of description and explanation of a topic, such as in a textbook, or it may be a true story, as in the case of Let Me Hear Your Voice. Though some nonfiction pieces may give false accounts of a subject, it is generally accepted that the author believes the account to be true at the time of the writing. The objective of this lesson is to learn about the genre of nonfiction in Let Me Hear Your Voice.

1) Class Discussion: What is nonfiction? How is it different from fiction? What elements categorize a story as nonfiction? How are these elements different from elements that categorize a story as fiction? Are nonfiction works always true?

2) Groups: Divide the students into groups of three or four. Have...

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