Presentation Summary : Author’s Purpose Lesson and Review What is Author’s Purpose? An author is a person who wrote something. A purpose is a reason for doing something.
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Presentation Summary : Author Author Frank R. Stockton 1834-1902 Prolific writer in the United States whose popularity ranked second only to Mark Twain during his time.
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Style Wash Publishing Co. 2009 What is STYLE ? Every author has his or her own style – that is, each author uses literary devices, tone, and mood in a ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Author’s Purpose, Bias, and Fact vs. Opinion Author: Lauren Last modified by: deanl Created Date: 5/17/2011 9:35:37 PM Document presentation format
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Presentation Summary : First Person : Story is told from the point of view of a character. The following words are used: I . Me. My . Us. We. Our. I really enjoyed diving into the pool!
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Purpose Reasons for Writing Three Main Purposes To Entertain To Inform To Persuade Every text serves one of these purposes. Writing to Entertain The MAIN ...
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Craft How authors create… What is Author’s Craft? Author’s craft is how the author uses literary devices and narrative elements to tell a story ...
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Purpose. Think about P.I.E. Authors write a story for three reasons: Persuade. Inform. Entertain
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Presentation Summary : What is the Author’s Purpose? Entertain Inform Persuade Test Yourself AUTHOR’S PURPOSE What was the author’s most likely reason for writing this selection? to ...
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Presentation Summary : Writing to Inform. Often called . expository. writing. Expos. itory writing shows or explains . facts. Examples: Biography of Abraham Lincoln. News report about a ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Finding Author’s Purpose and Perspective Author: smetzler Last modified by: Audrey Warmack Created Date: 3/2/2010 5:55:25 PM Document presentation format
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Presentation Summary : Title: Author’s Purpose Author: arguetag Last modified by: darnelll Created Date: 10/17/2005 5:27:52 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Purpose Why do we write? P I E S P – Persuade I – Inform E- Entertain Brainpop Video Click on bus Author’s Purpose P - Persuade: wanting someone ...
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Presentation Summary : Me and Uncle Romie By: Claire Hartfield Genre: Realistic Fiction Skill: Author’s Purpose Author’s Purpose: Author’s Purpose The author’s purpose is the reason ...
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Purpose. Inform-to give information. Persuade-to convince someone to. Think or act in a certain way. Entertain-for fun!
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Purpose Second Grade Reading Skill Tennessee Learning Expectation and Accomplishment for Language Arts 2.1.08.a - Identify a purpose for reading.
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Purpose (front of card) P . ersuade (convincing language) I . nform (explain/ expository) E. ntertain (stories, poems, plays, etc.) Reading Foldable –
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Presentation Summary : Author’s Viewpoint Comprehension Skill Lesson The Keeping Quilt Theme 2, Selection 1 Author’s Viewpoint Includes… Her attitude -- what she thinks, feels, and ...
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Presentation Summary : Language Used . The words the author uses gives us clues about how the author feels about life’s issues! For example, if the author was describing America using ...
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Presentation Summary : Lesson at a Glance. Objective: Build a functioning catapult. Teaching Goals: Levers and Torque. 5-step Design Process. Rubber band, potential kinetic energy
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Presentation Summary : CHAPTER 8 READING CRITICALLY IN THIS CHAPTER YOU WILL LEARN: What critical reading is and why it is important How to determine an author's point of view
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Presentation Summary : Author! Author! Presented by Alysa Cummings ETTC of Burlington Rationale Standard 3.4 All students will read a variety of materials with comprehension & critical ...
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Presentation Summary : Word Choice The fourth element of the 6 + 1 Writing Traits What is word choice? Word choice is choosing words that can make your writing a masterpiece.
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