2,245 results for fact and opinion author purpose

2,245 results
for fact and opinion author purpose

Relevance

You Selected:

Keyword

fact and opinion author purpose

Sort by

Digital

Grades

Other

Subjects

Prices

Resource Types

All Resource Types

digital
Reading Comprehension Skills – Mini-Unit BUNDLESave with this bundle of Reading Comprehension Skills Mini-Units --- Drawing Conclusions, Author’s Purpose and Fact and Opinion.Or...save even MORE with the MEGA BUNDLE of 9 Reading Comprehension Skills Mini-Units or the ULTIMATE BUNDLE of 12 Mini-Units
For many students, identifying the author’s purpose of a passage or if a passage is a fact or an opinion, can be very tricky. Identifying and close reading for these items has become one of the many tasks in the Common Core and on state tests. This product contains: *15 author’s purpose tasks card
digital
This bundle includes Fact and Opinion, Author's Purpose and Cause and Effect activities for the read aloud, The Bad Seed.Great for reading comprehension too because of questions included!
This Reading Skills Games Bundle III contains six different board games to help students practice author's purpose, fact or opinion, generalizations, point of view, text structure, and text features. Students will have a blast as they practice these key reading skills in a fun and engaging way!
digital
Determining the author’s purpose can be challenging to young students. Very often they are misled when a persuasion piece sounds informational or when informational text is entertaining. This can lead to great difficulty reading critically. Hopefully, this series of activities that increase in diffi
An Author's Purpose PowerPoint to explain how a writer needs to Persuade, to Inform, and to Entertain. Makes it easy as P.I.E. to understand how to identify an author's purpose when reading. The slide show has engaging slides with animation. Students will learn in this lesson what to look for when d
digital
GO PAPERLESS with these fun online interactive notebook for 2nd and 3rd grades with focus on FACT AND OPINION, STORY ELEMENTS, CHARACTER TRAITS, NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES, AND AUTHOR'S PURPOSE. These GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS reading comprehension paperless activities for reading groups, whole group, daily
This is a great resource for fiction and nonfiction units. These trifolds are JAM-PACKED and could be used as assessments. The FICTION trifold has sections for students to describe the characters, setting, problem, and solution. Students can also describe the beginning, middle, and end. There are ad
Directions: 1. Students use their pencil and a paperclip to spin the Author’s Purpose spinner. 2. Students record which purpose they landed on in the first column. 3. Students spin on the Topic spinner. 4. Students record which topic they landed on in the topic column. 5. Students write a sentence
digital
Fact and Opinion - Anchor Chart Follow me on teacherspayteachers.com and receive FREE products! I offer some of my new products for FREE within the first 6 hours of posting. If you would like to receive some of my products for FREE, FOLLOW me and you will receive updates on my new products!
digital
Follow me on teacherspayteachers.com and receive FREE products! I offer some of my new products for FREE within the first 6 hours of posting. If you would like to receive some of my products for FREE, FOLLOW me and you will receive updates on my new products! Thank you for your support! Please REME
digital
Presidents' Day Task Card 24 Informational Text Reading Comprehension Task Cards DOWNLOAD A PREVIEW TODAY! Review and assess the following skills with your students: Generalizations Fact and Opinion Cause and Effect Synonyms & Antonyms Context Clues Author’s Purpose Presidents' Day is coming
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
digital
Facts & Opinions Reading Unit: This digital kindergarten reading unit will help your students understand the difference between facts and opinions. Kindergarten science topics are integrated throughout the lessons, activities, and reading passages. The topic of facts vs. opinions is a great segu
Author’s Purpose Support and Reasoning, Fact and Opinion The first time I saw this topic and the matching second grade standard (CCSS 2.RI.3.8, Describe how reasons support specific points the author makes in a text) I was stumped. What are they talking about?? However, it is really quite simple.
Teaching author's purpose? Teach and reach with 100% student proficiency in no time with the Author's Purpose Teach and Reach Bundle! This Teach and Reach Bundle product’s specifics include:33-Slide PowerPoint 40-Task CardsNeed to assess for data-driven instruction? Check out my PTA Skills Bundle
Teaching fact and opinion? Teach and reach with 100% student proficiency in no time with the Fact and Opinion Teach and Reach Bundle! This Teach and Reach Bundle product’s specifics include:22-Slide PowerPoint 40-Task CardsNeed to assess for data-driven instruction? Check out my PTA Skills Bundle
This is a universal graphic organizer to utilize while teaching Author’s Purpose that can be used with any text. This graphic organizer can be utilized during Reading/Literacy Workshop, Shared Reading, Guided Reading, or Independent Reading. Students record what the author’s purpose was from the l
This 21 slide PowerPoint teaches the 4 author's purposes for writing: Persuade, Entertain, Inform, Explain. The slides explain which type of writing is mostly fact versus opinion and provides examples to practice with. There are several paragraphs for students to practice decicing the author's purpo
digital
Facts & Opinions: These digital fact vs. opinion student activities help your students understand the difference between facts and opinions. Kindergarten science topics are integrated throughout the activities and reading passages. The topic of facts vs. opinions is a great segue into teaching a
Get the ball rolling on constructing arguments! For this activity, students will draw a card from the pile. On each card there will be two topics, for example, ketchup vs mustard. One of the topics will be in BOLD letters. The topic that is in bold letters is the topic that student must make an argu
digital
No summer slide here! Keep your students’ skills sharp with this quick and engaging math and ELA summer review! This is for the summer after 3rd grade, going into 4th grade. Each page contains one week of review, for a total of 10 weeks. The top half of the sheet contains one math and one language a
Add these articles about Daylight Saving Time  to spice up your reading comprehension review.  Use the articles and worksheets as is or adapt them using your own close reading strategies.  No mater how you use them, your students will gain knowledge about Daylight Saving Time!Three informational art
These unique activities have students work in small groups to identify the crucial details, facts, and opinions within persuasive, informative, and entertainment texts. Students use their text analysis to write concise summaries and then work in groups to peer edit and evaluate the quality of their

showing 1-24 of 2,245 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up