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RI.2.6- Use the included anchor charts to teach Author's Purpose to your students. There are 13 short texts for students to read and determine the Author's Purpose- to answer, explain, or describe. Students record answers on Scoot Recording Sheet. Teacher may place the texts around the room for s
Non-fiction Text: Topic vs. Author's Purpose Sometimes figuring out the difference between a topic and purpose of a text can be tricky. With “Let’s Investigate: Non-Fiction Text: Topic vs. Author’s Purpose” you will teach your students to determine the difference between the topic of a non-ficti
PARCC ready and super engaging, this lesson helps students understand an author's message by contrasting two very different perspectives on the same topic: shoes. Students annotate a Nike ad and then listen to and annotate lyrics from a song by popular hip hop artists Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
Determining the author's purpose in informational text can be a challenging task for young readers. This product will help your students understand and apply this standard while reading their nonfiction books.Included in this product:*Animated 11 page PowerPoint--This introduces the three purposes:
This powerpoint is an awesome way to teach author’s purpose and perspective. With animated graphics and step-by-step instruction, concepts are taught in an easily understandable way while keeping your students’ undivided attention. Includes:36 slides that teach the three main author’s purposes (ent
⭐️ These task cards are perfect for identifying the main purpose of a text (answer, explain, or describe). Aligned to RI.2.6, each of the 30 short nonfiction passages is followed by one standard focused multiple choice question. ⭐️ If you do not use Common Core, this packet is still perfect for practi
Use the paragraphs on the task cards to write the following: 1. Create a title for the paragraph. 2. Identify the text structure the paragraph is written in. 3. Identify the author’s purpose of the paragraph. You can use these task cards for main idea, author’s purpose, or text structure. It is up
In this lesson students will learn how to determine the author's purpose in a non-fiction text. There are differentiated articles on the same topic, and student will use a non-fiction text strategy organizer to help them organize their thoughts, findings and ultimately, the main idea and author's pu
Author's Purpose + Point of View (RI.6) - reading informational text assessment, independent practice printable or test prep activity using a high-interest SEL-aligned nonfiction article about the purpose of anger and how to express anger positively and productively. Now includes Google Doc perfect
This author's purpose poster, anchor chart, and student notebook sheet is a snapshot from the Nonfiction Posters & Anchor Charts Pack. These nonfiction reading posters and interactive anchor charts are a must have for introducing and reinforcing tons of important nonfiction vocabulary and conce
Do you meet with a small group for reading? Do you meet with your struggling students for RTI? If that answer is yes, then this complete set of small group activities covering text features, nonfiction text features, and author's purpose is for you. Everything you need to successfully implement R
This packet will help you review what nonfiction is and the purpose's authors have when they write nonfiction. Author's Purpose - RI 6.6, 7.6, and 8.6 This quick review will provide your students with notes to refer back to as they need to when determining why an author wrote a text. The foldable
This product include 5 author's purpose bell ringers. Each one includes a short text, followed by several questions that have the student evaluate the type of author's purpose. This product includes 2 versions of the bell ringers - Google Slides and Google Forms. I included them this way so that
Nonfiction Author's Purpose Task Cards - 12 Cards!Included:→ Persuasive passages (3 cards)→ Information text (3 cards)→ Entertain/narrative nonfiction (3 cards)→ Reflection passages from real historical events (3 cards)→ Note-taking sheet (For in-person use only)→ Answer Key⭐ DIGITAL ⭐Digital Worksh
I have used sticky notes for fiction and nonfiction comprehension in my classroom for years, and it is always a HUGE motivator for my students! These NONFICTION Author's Purpose/Bias sticky notes are perfect for your small or whole group teaching! There’s just something about a bright colored sticky
Need more than one of these worksheets? Purchase enough for four days here!Students will read two different paragraphs with a similar topic, determine whether the paragraphs are fiction or nonfiction, and then write the author's purpose for each paragraph. Quick activity for after an author's purpos
Looking for students to apply their learning of author's purpose? These 18 high-interest reading passages will engage your students in learning all different topics while applying their knowledge of identifying an author's purpose.Engage your readers with:* short, high-interest reading passages* col
Here's a product with all the basic components. Use as a worksheet, poster for your class, reference for students, teaching tool, or as you wish. This is a ONE sheet item which can be enlarged for other purposes. Look for the companion 5 enlarged ready to use templates that feature: Cause & Eff
Looking for graphic organizers to support your nonfiction genre studies or nonfiction unit? These graphic organizers focus on identifying author's purpose and finding supporting details. Perfect for Biographies, Expository Nonfiction, Persuasive Nonfiction and any other nonfiction text you are study
This graphic organizer will assist students to write a short constructed response to explain why an author chose to write the book. It is based on the acronym PIE- Persuade, Inform or Entertain. It is a stepping stone to writing a full individual response to explain author's purpose.
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Nonfiction Author's Purpose Classroom Posters - 5 PostersPIER is the nonfiction version of PIE for author's purpose. Laminate and hang for years to come.Goes perfectly with thesePIER Task cards!*********************************************************************How to get TPT credit to use on futur
Four similarly formatted worksheets to help students determine difference between fiction and nonfiction Author's Purpose. Each page features two short pages and questions for students to respond to.
This graphic organizer can help students organize their ideas as to what the author's message is and compare and contrast how there are different messages and purpose of fiction and informational texts/
Author's Purpose Differentiated Standards Based Assessment for Second and Third Grade was created to help teachers assess the standards with a differentiated approach. This pack addresses Point of View/Author's Purpose/Informational Text. My hope is that you will have a variety of ways to see what y

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