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Authors viewpoint

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Use this high-interest text with your students to practice recognizing the author’s point of view. Students will determine the author’s viewpoint on the subject of the Titanic as they establish their own points of view. #educationdotcom Third Grade Reading Worksheets, 6th Grade Reading, 6th Grade Ela, Middle School Reading, Elementary Reading, Authors Viewpoint, Authors Perspective, Reading Intervention, Reading Skills

Use this high-interest text with your students to practice recognizing the author’s point of view. Students will determine the author’s viewpoint on the subject of the Titanic as they establish their own points of view.

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Kim Merritt
Third Grade Reading Comprehension, 5th Grade Reading, Reading Response, School Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Groups, Elementary Reading

Hey everyone! It's Anna from Hanging with Mrs. Hulsey! Today I'm going to give a few suggestions for teaching author's purpose and viewpoint! First, I like to lump these 2 topics together-- I teach them separately-- but when I check for understanding I question students over both topics. I usually start with author's purpose because it's something they (hopefully) have heard before. We discuss the idea that author's purpose is "as easy as PIE". Then we work to create a basic definition for…

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MaCayla Smallwood
Houghton Mifflin  Author's viewpoint Third Grade Literacy, 8th Grade Ela, 4th Grade Reading, Elementary Reading, School Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, Reading Writing, Grade 2

Hi Friends. I'm a bit of a rule breaker. Yes, I walk on the "wild side" ... hence the title of this post. I'm sharing seven... yes, you heard right, SEVEN fantastic things this week. I know, I'm wild, right? This is how I define "walking on the wild side" these days. Sad. BUT what is NOT sad is what I'm about the share. I'm officially on Spring Break and I've gotten A LOT done as far as catching up and finishing one of my longest TPT units. More on that later. Today I'm linking up with…

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Angela Linzay
Fourth Grade Journeys Lesson for My Brother Martin: via Shut the Door and Teach #Journeys #FourthGrade #MyBrotherMartin Reading Lessons, Reading Ideas, Reading Skills, Reading Strategies, Reading Resources, School Resources, Reading Activities, Writing Skills, Teaching Literacy

Loosely based on another fantastic Pinterest find, I created an anchor chart for Journey's 4th grade Unit 1, Lesson 2 objective, finding the author's purpose. The name of the selection is "My Brother Martin," and it's a biography that Martin Luther King's sister wrote about her brother, including humorous accounts of the early years! (I think Journeys has GREAT selections for their whole class lessons). Well, the chart was a hit! I used the same layout, but noted those details Kristine King…

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Amber Thomas