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  • 1. Welcome! Language ArtsMs. MarekMonday-Tuesday, January 30-31, 2012
  • 2. Independent Reading Retrieve your library book READ READ READ READ READ READ READ
  • 3. ScheduleMonday Purpose / AudienceTuesday Purpose / AudienceWednesday Argument / PositionThursday Argument / PositionFriday Quiz / Celebrations! • Quiz on FRIDAY – review vocab • Tuesday: Watch Florida Primary on TV!
  • 4. Election Vocabulary Review You will have a quiz next FRIDAY – February 3 Campaign Candidate Caucus Convention Delegate Front-runner Nominee: political party Polls Primary
  • 5. OBJECTIVE SWBAT analyze author’s purpose for writing a text and determine author’s intended audience.
  • 6. Think*Write*Share* Who is the target audience for this commercial? NEWT AD! How do you know? – Be specific – Use quotations (direct evidence)
  • 7. Author’s Purpose Persuade - to convince the reader to follow the writer’s opinion. – Does the author want me to do something? Inform - to state facts about a particular subject – Does the author want me to know something? Entertain - to humor, excite or just to bring about an emotion from the reader – Does the author want me to laugh?
  • 8. Process Steps (Revised) Readers identify an authors purpose for writing by following these steps and answering the questions below:1. Who is the intended audience?2. What details are identified facts?3. Are the facts intended to provide knowledge or to entertain the reader?4. Are the facts being used to convince the reader of something?5. Identify opinions and personal testimonies for those opinions.
  • 9. What is the purpose? Ex.1: Most experienced drivers would agree that while it is more exhilarating to ride a motorcycle than to drive an automobile, it is foolish to think that this leads to careless driving and, therefore more accidents, deaths, and injuries occur to motorcycle riders than car drivers.1. PERSUADE Who is the intended audience?2. What facts are identified facts?3. Are the facts intended to provide knowledge or to entertain the reader?4. Are the facts being used to convince the reader of something?5. Identify opinions and personal testimonies for those opinions.
  • 10. What is the purpose? Ex.2: Every fourth of July, Ralph invites his whole family to stay on the lake and make up a jeg. They called new dances jegs. They danced, pranced and usually did a little shake. They stuck out one leg and gave it a wiggle, aunt Lilly was so big hers started to jiggle. They moved the one leg and Jim said it was a ENTERTAIN cranky jeg. The 5 year old little brother stood up and said no it’s the stanky leg.1. Who is the intended audience?2. What facts are identified facts?3. Are the facts intended to provide knowledge or to entertain the reader?4. Are the facts being used to convince the reader of something?5. Identify opinions and personal testimonies for those opinions.
  • 11. What is the authors purpose? Ex. 3: There are nine historically Black Greek letter organizations that make up the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Collectively, these organizations are referred to as "The Divine Nine." Each of these fraternities and sororities is rich in history - ties to one or more of these INFORM organizations may be found in many college- educated Black families in the United States.1. Who is the intended audience?2. What facts are identified facts?3. Are the facts intended to provide knowledge or to entertain the reader?4. Are the facts being used to convince the reader of something?5. Identify opinions and personal testimonies for those opinions.
  • 12. Purpose and Audience Read excerpt one from President Obama’s State of the Union Address Everyone should have 4 post-its on their desk at this point. Answer the following questions on your stick notes and place notes in your notebook: 1. Who is the intended audience? How doe you know? Provide evidence! 2. Are the facts intended to provide knowledge or to entertain the reader? 3. Are the facts being used to convince the reader of something 4. Identify opinions and personal testimonies for those opinions.
  • 13. Purpose and Audience Read excerpt two from President Obama’s State of the Union Address Everyone should have 4 more post-its on their desk at this point. Answer the following questions on your stick notes and place notes in your notebook: 1. Who is the intended audience? How doe you know? Provide evidence! 2. Are the facts intended to provide knowledge or to entertain the reader? 3. Are the facts being used to convince the reader of something 4. Identify opinions and personal testimonies for those opinions.
  • 14. REMINDERSREAD READ READ!Start thinking about a book youwant to read.READ READ READ!