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SCIENCE FICTION

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Definition: Science fiction is an untrue story based on a scientific element, such as space exploration, medical experiments, robots, etc. 

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Posters and Signs

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Elements of Science Fiction Poster (PDF)

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Science Fiction (PDF) -- found at Troy School District: Team Newingham

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Lessons and Activities Here at Kim's Korner for Teacher Talk

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Here Come the Aliens -- a picture book science fiction lesson I created

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Sites with Science Fiction Lessons and Activities and/or Science Fiction

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Science Fiction Bookmark (PDF) -- found at Read*Write*Think

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Definition of Science Fiction (PDF) -- found at Read*Write*Think

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Questions to Consider While Reading Science Fiction (PDF) -- found at Read*Write*Think

Picture Book Science Fiction

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Picture books work very well for introducing genre to or reviewing a genre with students, even older students.  They also work well for mini-lessons.  Above you will find a picture book lesson to try.  If you don't have access to the book, try altering the lesson to a book on the list below to which you do have access.

 

bulletDmitri the Astronaut
bulletby John Agee
bulletThe Worst Band in the Universe
bulletby Graeme Base
bulletQ Pootle 5
bulletby Nick Butterworth
bulletBeegu
bulletby Alexis Deacon
bulletTime Train
bulletby Paul Fleischman
bulletPet Boy
bulletby Keith Graves
bulletMoondogs
bulletby Daniel Kirk

bulletHere Come the Aliens
bulletby Colin McNaughton
bulletThe Wump World
bulletby Bill Peet
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Baloney

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by John Scieszka 

bulletJune 29, 1999
bulletby David Weisner

 

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