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1 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Use knowledge of the author’s purpose(s) to comprehend informational text. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. READY TO TEACH SM EDI ® Lessons ©2012 All rights reserved. We will identify 1 the author’s purpose. What are we going to do? What does identify mean? Identify means _________. CFU On whiteboards, students identify which story is for fun and which gives many facts. Students, authors write about things for different reasons. Some reasons are for fun or to give facts. This is called the author’s purpose. Now, we will identify the author’s purpose. Make Connection 1 find (synonym) Vocabulary Learning Objective Activate Prior Knowledge Which text is written for fun? Which text is written to give many facts? A My dog does tricks. He shakes hands, rolls over, then looks at you for some food. B Flowers need air, water, and good soil to grow. They have roots, stems, leaves, and petals.

2 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Author’s purpose. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2012 All rights reserved. Which of these pieces of writing is to entertain? Which is to inform? How do you know? A At my last birthday party, we had a piñata. We all tried to hit it. I broke it open. All my friends jumped to get the candy. B Water freezes at 32 degrees. Water boils at 212 degrees. The human body is healthy at 98.6 degrees. CFU 1 Identify author’s purpose Concept Development 2 meaning (synonym) Vocabulary An author’s purpose is the author’s main reason for writing. Author’s Purpose Definition 2 Example to entertain to tell you a story you will enjoy The three pigs loved to sing. The big bad wolf didn’t know how to sing. It made him sad. So, the three pigs taught the wolf to sing. to inform to teach or give facts about a topic George Washington was born in He was the first president of the United States. He died in to persuade to get you to believe something Dogs are the best pets. They are very loving and helpful. It is fun to teach them new tricks. You should get a dog. What is the difference between writing to inform and writing to persuade? The difference between writing to inform and writing to persuade is ______________. Which is an example of writing to persuade? How do you know? A My brother, who is 2, had his first pizza. He stuck his fingers in and got red sauce all over him. B Pizza is a great food. It tastes good and has many toppings. You should have pizza every day. CFU 2 Go to Skill Dev 1 Go to Skill Dev 2

3 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Author’s purpose. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2012 All rights reserved. Skill Development/Guided Practice 1 3 figure out Vocabulary Read the passage, thinking about the author’s purpose. Determine 3 if the author is telling a story for the reader to enjoy. Determine if the author is teaching or giving facts to the reader. Determine if the author is telling the reader to believe something. Identify the author’s purpose: to inform, to entertain, or to persuade. (circle) Identify author’s purpose. 1 2 a b c How did I/you identify the author’s purpose? CFU 2 An author’s purpose is the author’s main reason for writing. My Dog Marley 1. My dog’s name is Marley. 2. He loves to swim in the lake Last summer, he ran into me, and we both fell into the water! 4. I still laugh when I think of that day! 34 words 5 large area of water surrounded by land to inform to entertain to persuade Playing with Water 1. Kristy was trying to squirt 4 Mark with the water hose. 2. Mark was hiding. 3. When the back door opened, Kristy squirted water at it. 4. It was Mom, and she got wet! 30 words 4 shoot liquid at to inform to entertain to persuade

4 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Author’s purpose. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2012 All rights reserved. Skill Development/Guided Practice 1 (continued) Read the passage, thinking about the author’s purpose. Determine if the author is telling a story for the reader to enjoy. Determine if the author is teaching or giving facts to the reader. Determine if the author is telling the reader to believe something. Identify the author’s purpose: to inform, to entertain, or to persuade. (circle) Identify author’s purpose. 1 2 a b c How did I/you identify the author’s purpose? CFU 2 An author’s purpose is the author’s main reason for writing. Abraham Lincoln 1. Abraham Lincoln’s birthday is on February 12 th. 2. He was the 16 th president of the United States. 3. He is remembered for freeing slaves 6. 6 people who are not free 22 words to inform to entertain to persuade Poetry 1. Poetry has many words that rhyme. 2. Rhyming is when two or more words sound the same at the end. 3. Rhyming words do not have to be spelled the same way. 4. The words plane and train rhyme. 36 words to inform to entertain to persuade Back to Concept Dev

5 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Author’s purpose. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2012 All rights reserved. Skill Development/Guided Practice 2 Read the passage, thinking about the author’s purpose. Determine if the author is telling a story for the reader to enjoy. Determine if the author is teaching or giving facts to the reader. Determine if the author is telling the reader to believe something. Identify the author’s purpose: to inform, to entertain, or to persuade. (circle) Identify author’s purpose. 1 2 a b c How did I/you identify the author’s purpose? CFU 2 An author’s purpose is the author’s main reason for writing. Halloween 1. Halloween is the best holiday! 2. You get to dress-up and pretend 8 to be someone else. 3. The best part about Halloween is you get to go trick-or-treating 9 to get lots of candy. 8 act like someone or something to have fun 9 (trick-or-treating) go house to house to get candy 31 words to inform to entertain to persuade The Best Birthday Gift 1. This year for my birthday, I got a Gameboy It is so small it fits in your pocket. 3. It plays all kinds of games. 4. You should get one, too! 5. It is the best video game player! 7 small video game player 41 words to inform to entertain to persuade

6 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Author’s purpose. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2012 All rights reserved. Identifying the author’s purpose will help you understand why the author wrote the book. Identifying the author’s purpose will help you do well on tests. 1 Does anyone else have a reason why it is relevant to identify the author’s purpose? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to identify the author’s purpose? You may give me one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason means the more to you? Why? CFU 2 Relevance 35. The author wrote this passage to A give facts about different kinds of cats. B explain why cats do not like long trips. C find a friendly family for a cat. D tell about the life of one cat. Sample Test Question: To Entertain with a story about Lulu the chick To Inform about 2 nd Grade school work To Persuade that twins are not the same An author’s purpose is the author’s main reason for writing.

7 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Author’s purpose. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2012 All rights reserved. Summary Closure Skill Closure Constructed Response Closure Read the passage, thinking about the author’s purpose. Determine if the author is telling a story for the reader to enjoy. Determine if the author is teaching or giving facts to the reader. Determine if the author is telling the reader to believe something. Identify the author’s purpose: to inform, to entertain, or to persuade. (circle) Identify author’s purpose. 1 2 a b c An author’s purpose is the author’s main reason for writing. What did you learn today about identifying the author’s purpose? (Pair-Share) Elise says the author’s purpose in this writing is to entertain. Why is she not correct? Bicycles have two handlebars, two pedals, and two wheels. To ride a bike, you have to steer and pedal while moving forward. Ruth Wakefield 1. Ruth Wakefield made the first chocolate chip cookies in Her new cookie was called the "Toll House Cookie." 3. The first cookies she made used small pieces of chocolate. 29 words to informto entertainto persuade

8 CA 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension 2.3 (2Q) Author’s purpose. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2012 All rights reserved. Independent Practice Read the passage, thinking about the author’s purpose. Determine if the author is telling a story for the reader to enjoy. Determine if the author is teaching or giving facts to the reader. Determine if the author is telling the reader to believe something. Identify the author’s purpose: to inform, to entertain, or to persuade. (circle) Identify author’s purpose. 1 2 a b c An author’s purpose is the author’s main reason for writing. Playing Sports 1. Every child should play a sport on a team. 2. Being on a team helps you to learn to get along with others. 3. This is why I believe that every child should be on a sports team. 36 words to informto entertain to persuade Sharks 1. Sharks have up to 3,000 teeth. 2. Their teeth are arranged 1 in rows. 3. When one tooth is broken off, it is replaced by the tooth behind it. 1 lined up 26 words to informto entertain to persuade Goldilocks and the Bears 1. Goldilocks went into the house of the three bears. 2. She tried out all the chairs and the beds. 3. When the bears came back, they found her sleeping in a bed. 30 words to inform to entertain to persuade


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