Lesson: 2: Using a Graphic Organizer to Identify an Author’s Purpose

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Lesson Objective

Students will be able to use a graphic organizer to identify the author’s purpose, and be able to identify text evidence that supports the author’s purpose.

Lesson Plan

Direct Teaching
(I)               will read the passage, “A Tricky Monkey.” (Passage is provided.) I will complete a graphic organizer, identifying the author’s purpose and the details that support the author’s purpose. (Example graphic organizer is provided.)
 
Guided Practice
(We)           will read the passage, “Fit for Life.” (Passage is provided.) We will complete a graphic organizer, identifying the author’s purpose and the details that support the author’s purpose. (Example graphic organizer is provided.)
 
Independent Practice
(You)         will read the passage, “Ice City.” (Passage is provided.) You will complete the graphic organizer, identifying the author’s purpose and the details support tell the reader the author’s purpose. (Independent Practice is provided.)


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"A Tricky Monkey" Reading Passage   Reading Passage
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"Fit for Life" Reading Passage  
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Direct Teaching Teacher Example Graphic Organizer   Notes
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Guided Practice Teacher Example Graphic Organizer  
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Student Independent Practice Worksheet   Classwork
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