Picture Yourself Writing Nonfiction: Using Photos to Inspire Writing
A digital solution for your classroom with features created with teachers and students in mind: * Perpetual license * 24 hour, 7 days a week access * No limit to the number of students accessing one title at a time * Provides a School to Home connection wherever internet is available * Easy to use * Ability to turn audio on and off * Words highlighted to match audio Nonfiction is more than stating the facts. A piece of nonfiction is crafted by carefully researching details and emotions. But how does a reporter get started? Finding inspiration is as easy as looking at a picture.
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