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Learning Focused Classrooms by Old Shoe Woman: Author's Purpose

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts'  What's the Author's Purpose?

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts--Author's Purpose--(PIE)persuade, inform, entertain

Author's Purpose Anchor Chart by Donna Hackett-Mello... Me! ;) by Kahlam

Author's Purpose Anchor Chart by Donna Hackett-Mello. Me!) by Kahlam

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personal narratives - pinning as an idea for creating anchor charts for student projects in upper grades. I give my middle and high school students handout after handout, but having a chart like this might be helpful. by kendra

Author's Purpose Anchor Chart Fun way for 2nd graders to see that all the pieces fit together and an author writes a story or book for a reason. To entertain, persuade or inform. The author and the reader both have jobs.. one is to write and the other is to look for things the author has included.

I like this idea of including the reader's job on an anchor chart looking at author's purpose.

Following My Heart to First Grade: What are you learning?

Main Idea Clues: Adventures of a Grade Teacher: Reading/Writing Workshop Must Haves

author's purpose | Author's Purpose Chart | anchor charts by octokat

INSTRUCTION- Saw this anchor chart used by my associate teacher when she was teaching reading comprehension. Students really retained the main ideas very well because of the PIE image!

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Reading test-taking strategies (also check out CUBES math strategies poster at this third grade website.

Fourth and Ten: author's purpose

Fourth and Ten: author's purpose Reading,School,Teaching ideas,

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!

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