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Author’s Viewpoint Comprehension Skill Lesson The Keeping Quilt Theme 2, Selection 1
Author’s Viewpoint Includes… Her attitude -- what she thinks, feels, and believes. Her purpose for writing -- why she writes the story
How do you figure it out? Think about the details the author includes to make a point about a subject.
Who wrote The Keeping Quilt? Patricia Polacco She has repeated some details to emphasize an important idea.
Carle What is included in the special gift she receives when she is born? gold flower salt bread
When are similar gifts given? Anna’s engagement Carle’s wedding bouquet
Why do you think Patricia Polacco repeats these details?
Think about it… Why does the author repeat the details about the quilt? What is the author’s viewpoint about her family traditions?
Theme and central/main idea - 7 lab Unit 3 -. What is central/main idea? After you read a book or see a movie, do you ever tell someone else what it is.
Author’s Purpose Why does an author write a story?
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Using reasons and evidence to support arguments. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to… RI.5.8 Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence.
RE-vision Partner Reflection and Conversation. Defining Purpose Revision—editing or proofreading However, this rarely dramatically alters the original.
Name ______________________________ Allie’s Basketball Dream By Barbara E. Barber Illustrated by Darryl Ligasan Prediction ____________________________________________.
Starter: Who? What? When? Where? Why? How do you think these children were feeling?
If I said … “What a great paper!” … what would you think?
+ The Ever So Long Wool String A Turkish Story by Mesude Orgut Lesson Aims: To understand how to cope with change Lesson Objectives: Discuss a story and.
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. Suppose you were a ___________. You might feel small and _______. You might want to be big and ___. Did you.
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Writing Process. First? Read Question What is it asking? Whats the issue? What do you need to know? What do you already know?
TODAY WE WILL…. Analyze story structure Find and evaluate a storys theme Use academic language: story structure, theme.
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Craft - Skill in doing or making something, as in the arts These are the tools of my craft. (knitting)
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
What is Bias? When a writer can’t hide these feelings, or lets them affect the writing.
It is very important to understand that all images are created by people. All media images are representations of reality that can shape peoples ideas.
Question Answer Relationships Or QAR’s. What is QAR’s? It means that you understand what type of questions you are being asked, and where you should look.
Tudor Exploration LI: To discuss the reasons for Tudor exploration.
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COMMENTARY The Art of Literary Analysis. Commentary includes: Analysis of text –Content –Theme –Style –Structure –Language Personal response.
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