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The Author's Purpose Tree Map

The Author's Purpose Tree Map. I'd like to use these visuals on an author's purpose pie chart.

Author's Purpose

PIE: Author's Purpose (P= Persuade; I = Inform; E = Entertain) (It bugs me that this picture doesn't show it in PIE order! I think the pictures are great for helping students understand the purpose.

pinner says:  For all my teacher friends-repin!!! Books listed by reading strategy - inferring, synthesizing, making connections, etc.

Books listed by reading strategy - inferring, synthesizing, making connections, etc. (Great reading website with free worksheets for all aspects of reading)

great idea for class

Asking Questions Chart! I love this brightly colored anchor chart. Great idea to have a board already made. You could put it in the library center with sticky notes and have students do the activity on their own after you have done it as a class.

Can just be a " reading contract" - shows expectations for reading time .

"Our Readers Workshop Contract" (anchor chart.) This site also has lots of sample anchor charts for reading and writing. I like this idea for Writer's Workshop too!

11 - Finding Main Idea

25 Anchor Charts That Nail Reading Comprehension

Life in First Grade: Pigeons, Skunks, Halloween, and Anchor Charts.pinned for Main Idea anchor chart

wonderful example of anchor charts

A Literate Life - Anchor Charts - a ton of anchor charts for language arts! (Most are for younger grades but some could be adapted for older grades.

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