RI.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson

RI.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson

How to teach Author's Purpose

Using RI.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson, students distinguish their own point of view from that of the author of a text.

Understanding the reason why an author wrote an informational text supports your students' comprehension as they read. This lesson gives them the opportunity to match the text to an author's purpose.

This RI.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson includes RI.3.6 Worksheets, RI.3.6 Activities, RI.3.6 Assessment, and RI.3.6 Poster. Each Common Core Lessons includes Common Core Worksheets, Activities, Assessment, and Poster that you can use for teaching and assessing the standard.

 

Other resources to use with this RI.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson

If you are using this lesson, your students are probably learning about author's purpose.

Use this Author's Purpose Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this activity by listening to the Have Fun Teaching Author's Purpose Song. Create an anchor chart with your students with the different reasons why authors write for them to use during their work time. Then, students complete activity individually or with a partner. Finally, students continue their practice using the provided worksheet.

Be sure to check out more Author's Purpose Resources and the entire Third Grade Common Core Workbook.

 

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