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171-180 infers the author's specific purpose (term not used) for an informational passage (persuasive)

I love this entry about creating writer's workshop anchor charts. She also talks about reading Click Clack Moo to talk about why we write. I need to do this lesson in the first few weeks of school!

love this anchor chart for writer's workshop

Awesome anchor chart with great paragraph starters. I'm going to make this into a reference sheet that they can have in their binders!

PIE - Author's Purpose. Useful for discussing different types of "writers" (journalist, author, ad copywriter). Re: ads, useful departure for discussion of the purpose of ads ("to persuade you to buy something."

Hello Literacy: Give students a roadmap when you ask them to retell the story and their thinking after a oral reading record.

Purposeful Talk-Good for students to 'listen with intent' instead of just going through the motions. (Life in 4B)

Author's Purpose Anchor Chart--Include visual examples of books in the pie

Author's Purpose Anchor Chart---try to use this with smartboard. Keep one chart for each class. $

Great Anchor Chart for Read Aloud discussions. I called it Read a Loud Sentence starters--and all my students loved it on Day 1. It helps them so much with the "complete sentence" mantra we have been pushing them towards.

I'm going to type this, make 30 copies, and keep them in plastic sleeves. On days when I hold a graded discussion, I'm going to hand them out to help those students who find it difficult to join the conversation. And, it gives students a chance to come up with other conversation starters that can be added as the year progresses. They simply take the page out of the sleeve and add to it.