Author’s Purpose Anchor Chart
Author’s Purpose Power Point
Your class will understand the three different types of author’s purpose when writing: persuade, inform and entertain through our interactive Power Point.
Our PowerPoints are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don’t connect too! The Power Point is ready to use right away.
We like to include the strategy of think-pair-share to engage students in discussion. This allows everyone in class to participate and be involved. We also have students use a reading notebook to take notes. This would be a great place for students to write down the acronym PIE and to write down what each letter means. It also is a great tool for students to refer throughout the year.
Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!