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1 Enjoy your PIE! Author’s Purpose Primary Reading CCS R 1.RL.5 Explain major differences between books that tell stories and books that give information. Complete a focus lesson with students, using the anchor charts, before using this activity in stations. Use the acronym P.I.E to help students learn the different reasons why authors write something (to persuade, to inform, to entertain). What’s included: □ Two Task Cards: Foldable Activity for student reference. Practice activity for skill-building. □ Anchor Charts □ Student Activity Cards (to use in sorting activity) □ Materials Needed: Stories/books currently being read in class. Teacher example of PIE foldable. □ Technology Connection: Copyright © 2013 Innovative Educational Programs. Reproduction rights granted to CHILD Teachers and permitted only for use as instructional material.

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4 Author’s Purpose The reason an author writes something… © Innovative Educational Programs To P ersuade To I nform To E ntertain

5 Persuade When the author is trying to get you to do or try something. © Innovative Educational Programs Commercial Billboard Advertisement Opinion P = Persuade

6 Inform When the author is trying to give you facts or information. © Innovative Educational Programs Nonfiction books History or Science texts News articles Biographies I = Inform

7 Entertain When the author is trying to make you enjoy the story or information. © Innovative Educational Programs E = Entertain Fiction books Fantasy Mystery Adventure Comics/Jokes

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10 To Entertain To Inform To Entertain To Inform To Entertain To Persuade To Inform To Persuade Answer Key for Enjoy your PIE!

11 Author’s Purpose The reason an author writes something… © Innovative Educational Programs To P ersuade To I nform To E ntertain

12 Persuade When the author is trying to get you to do or try something. © Innovative Educational Programs Commercial Billboard Advertisement Opinion P = Persuade

13 Inform When the author is trying to give you facts or information. © Innovative Educational Programs Nonfiction books History or Science texts News articles Biographies I = Inform

14 Entertain When the author is trying to make you enjoy the story or information. © Innovative Educational Programs Fiction books Fantasy Mystery Adventure Comics/Jokes E = Entertain

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17 To Entertain To Inform To Entertain To Inform To Entertain To Persuade To Inform To Persuade Answer Key for Enjoy your PIE!


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