Reflection: Real World Applications A Pictures Says A Thousand Words - Section 4: Closing the Loop


To extend this lesson, bring in newspaper and magazine articles of likely interest to students and have them identify the author's perspective and influence—what the authors want readers to think and feel about their topics. In particular, have students identify language or graphics used to create a particular feeling in readers. 

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  Real World Applications: Deepening the concept
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A Pictures Says A Thousand Words

Unit 1: Literary Analysis: Reading for Meaning, Evidence, and Purpose
Lesson 2 of 11

Objective: SWBAT...understand how the author's perspective can influence readers by evaluating the introduction and illustrations found in "The Story of Ruby Bridges"

Big Idea: An author uses language and illustrations to influence the way readers think and feel about characters and events in a story.

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