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Author’s Purpose P (persuade) I (inform) E (entertain) S (share feelings). Reading Intervention Mrs. Orso. P (persuade). Persuade means to try to get someone to think the same way you do Examples Advertisements, newspaper editorials, posters. I (inform).

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author s purpose p persuade i inform e entertain s share feelings

Author’s Purpose P (persuade) I (inform) E (entertain) S (share feelings)

Reading Intervention

Mrs. Orso

p persuade
P (persuade)
  • Persuade means to try to get someone to think the same way you do
  • Examples

Advertisements, newspaper editorials, posters

i inform
I (inform)
  • Inform means to give someone information about something
  • Examples

news reports, research papers, encyclopedias, school news letters, instructions, maps, timelines, schedules, pamphlets from health clinics

e entertain
E (entertain)
  • Entertain means to amuse someone
  • Examples

fictional stories, comics, jokes, poems, riddles

s share feelings
S (share feelings)
  • Sharing feelings means to tell the reader what you are thinking
  • Examples

journals, diaries, letters

what s the author s purpose
What’s the Author’s Purpose?
  • A sales ad wanting you to purchase a motorcycle
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What’s the Author’s Purpose?
  • The list of movies showing at the theater and time
what s the author s purpose3
What’s the Author’s Purpose?
  • A postcard from your friend in Hawaii
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What’s the Author’s Purpose?
  • A letter to the editor explaining the need to recycle more
fact and opinion
Fact and Opinion
  • What’s the difference???
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Fact
  • A fact is based in truth and can be proven (or disproved).
  • FACTS

January always has 31 days.

January in Australia is a summer month.

The average temperature in Birmingham during the month of January is 41.5 F

opinion
Opinion
  • An opinion is based on personal feelings, beliefs or preferences.
  • Opinions

January is a good month to stay inside.

January is my favorite month.

Jasmine would rather spend the month of January in Australia than in Birmingham.

fact vs opinion
Fact VS. Opinion
  • Fact and opinion are not the same as asking if something is true or false.
  • A statement presented as a fact may be proved (or disproved), and an opinion is often a true statement.
  • Look on page 71 and complete the PRACTICE.