Books for teaching authors purpose

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Author's Purpose

Identify the Author's Purpose with Picture Books (Second Grade Book Bundle #1)

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While those are good umbrella categories, the actual reasons that authors write nonfiction are often more nuanced. Textbook authors write to educate. Journalists write to disseminate information. The ability to figure out exactly why authors write—and not accept every opinion as fact—is a key skill. As students get more advanced in their work with informational text, these five strategies will teach them how to figure out why authors really write. Authors use different structures—sequence, problem and solution, compare and contrast—for different purposes. For example, one author may use sequence to explain an event, while another author uses compare and contrast to put that event into perspective.

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Beginning: Before reading, write student-friendly definitions for inform , persuade and entertain on the board for student reference. Intermediate: Front-load the definitions of inform , entertain , and persuade before student discussion and examples. Beginning: After reading as a whole class, have beginning EL students reread the story with you in a small group setting. Intermediate: After reading as a whole class, pair ELs with sympathetic non-EL peers to reread the story. Beginning: Provide ELs with sentence frames to discuss the purpose with their partner.


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