Lessons for Authors

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  • Why Do Authors Write? - … Preparations 1. Collect examples of written materials that illustrate each author's purpose for guided practice. 2. Collect examples of written … , display several reading passages on the chalkboard that express each author's purpose (persuade, inform, entertain, share a personal experience). 7 … list four supporting details around the author's purpose that prove, explain, and discuss the author's purpose for writing the passage …
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  • Data Collection - … . Each child will call out his/her favourite author. Make a note of the author's name in the top row. Tick … out his/her favourite author. Make a note of the author's name in the author column. Each time that author is called, draw a stroke in the tally column beside the author … fives and adding your remaining strokes. Author Tally llll Total Which author was the most popular? Which author was the least popular? How …
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  • Using Information Resources: Lesson 6 - … books, encyclopedias, magazines, etc; some have one author, some have more than one author.) Yes, there are several ways to write bibliographic … by single authors, books by more than one author, encyclopedias, magazine articles, and books issued by organizations not identifying an author. Now turn … ? Page 231B: A book by a single author (All entries have only one author. Explain that it may look as if it …
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  • Stories and Statistics - … pollen drift and nuclear testing. Summarize the authors' arguments and analyze the persuasive techniques the authors uses to make them. Conduct research … ? B. What do you think the author?s goal was? C. How effective was the author at reaching that goal? D. What … 8, 2002 ? scope.educ.washington.edu/gmfood/position/show.php?author=7 ? reports.eea.eu.int/environmental_issue_report_2002_28/en Fallout from Nuclear …
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  • Teaching "style" - … students describe the style of ten authors ranging from "ornate" to "plain," and then compare the authors' styles through a designated series … each student a list of ten authors already studied by the whole class. Students arrange the authors according to their style from … these would then correspond to an author. Day 2 Students work in pairs to analyze the authors' styles in terms of type … presentations, each student records the metaphors selected for the ten authors. Assessment Students are graded on the accuracy, interest, and inventiveness …
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  • How to Find Information in the Information Age - … Decimal System Interest Research Graphic Organizer Information Author Research Graphic Organizer Literacy Blog Outline for Author Information Graphic Organizer for President Research … use the "teen" set of authors. Hand out the Author Research Graphic Organizer and the Outline for Author Information. Have boys and girls … Web Guide: Authors & Illustrators on the Web http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown/authors.html Children's and Young Adults' Authors & Illustrators http …
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  • Buying Time - … the financial and political relationship between the Palestinian Authority and Middle Eastern countries. Author(s): Rachel McClain, The New York Times Learning … on the subject of offering financial aid to the Palestinian Authority. Resources / Materials: -student journals -pens/ pencils -classroom blackboard -copies of … nature of Arab support of the Palestinian Authority? c. What projects does the Palestinian Authority run? d. What has been the financial …
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  • Book Party - … analytical letters from the perspective of the author of the book which the festival celebrates. Author(s): Michelle Sale, The New York … will: 1. Consider book titles and authors worthy of recognition. 2. Examine celebration festivities for author James Joyce by reading and discussing … and creative letters written from the perspective of a particular author. Vocabulary: highbrow, thronged, suburb, installation, dapper, turret, boater, battered, stately …
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  • Current Connections - … to further reflect upon the main ideas presented by the author. Author(s): Michelle Sale, The New York Times Learning Network Andrea … ? i. What advice does the author give at the end of the piece? Why? 3. The author of this opinion piece, William … ? -Why is the author ashamed? -Why is the author proud? GROUP 2: Paragraphs 4-5 -According to the author, what does it mean … agree or disagree with his belief? Why? -How does the author view the United States' foreign policy, both past and present …
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  • Accepting Authority - … they should use self-control to respond to the authority. 3. Display the AUTHORITY flashcard and ask students to repeat the word … if anyone knows what is meant by authority. 4. Explain to students that authority means those who are responsible for them and … in authority. Unit Four Lesson Two Accepting Authority Activity #2 Persons In Authority Answer Key In each picture, circle the person who has authority
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