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HomelessAn Exploration of the Authors Viewpoint

Todays Agenda

Warm-Up: Independent Reading (12 mins) Lesson: Authors Viewpoint (50 mins)

I Do: 10 minutes We Do: 20 minutes We Do, Again!: 20 minutes

Cool Down: Knowledge Check (10 mins)

Warm-Up: Independent Reading (12 minutes)

Open your literature book to page 102 and review Homeless by Aunt Anna. Read/review it for 12 minutes. Remember: its silent and sustained (uninterrupted).

Todays VSC Objective

2.A.4.b: Identify and explain the authors viewpoint, perspective, or argument. Students will analyze details in order to explain the authors viewpoint on a given topic.

Essential Questions1.

What are we referring to when we talk about the authors viewpoint? How does viewpoint differ from point of view?

2.

Essential Questions1.

Viewpoint is the author's opinion about a topic.A.

B.

When we determine the authors viewpoint, we support our statement with details, evidence, or examples from the text. We need to recognize that the authors viewpoint may be different than our own and not try to force the text into the mold of our opinions.

Essential Questions2.

A. B.

Viewpoint is the authors personal opinion or argument. Point of view is the style of narration used to tell a story.

Viewpoint = authors argument PoV = First person, third person limited, third person omniscient, or second person (second person is the Choose Your Own Adventure style)

Direct Teaching: I Do (10 Minutes)Steps for Identifying and Explaining Authors Viewpoint1. 2. 3.

4.

Reread a portion of the text. Determine the topic for a portion of the text. Identify important details about the topic. State and explain the authors viewpoint about the topic.

Text portion Page 103 Paragraphs: 1&2

Topic

Details Authors from text viewpoint

Text portion Page 103 Paragraphs: 1&2

TopicThe way Ann sees homelessness Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about how homeless people see themselves?

Details Authors from text viewpoint

Text portion Page 103 Paragraphs: 1&2

TopicThe way Ann sees homelessness Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about how homeless people see themselves?

Details Authors from text viewpointAnn says she is just passing through (but still in the same place for two weeks)

Text portion Page 103 Paragraphs: 1&2

TopicThe way Ann sees homelessness Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about how homeless people see themselves?

Details Authors from text viewpointAnn says she is just passing through (but still in the same place for two weeks) Ann had photographs of a house but none of friends or family

Text portion Page 103 Paragraphs: 1&2

TopicThe way Ann sees homelessness Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about how homeless people see themselves?

Details Authors from text viewpointAnn says she is just passing through (but still in the same place for two weeks) Ann had photographs of a house but none of friends or family

Ann was not anonymous and alone. She was somebody.

Text portion Page 103 Paragraphs: 1&2

TopicThe way Ann sees homelessness Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about how homeless people see themselves?

Details Authors from text viewpointAnn says she is just passing through (but still in the same place for two weeks) Ann had photographs of a house but none of friends or family

Ann was not anonymous and alone. She was somebody.

The authors viewpoint is that many homeless people like Ann do not consider themselves homeless. At one time she had a home. Homeless people do not always see themselves as others do.

Work Period: We Do (20 Minutes)Help me, help you! ~Jerry Maguire

Text Portion: Page 103, paragraphs 3 and 4

Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about the meaning of home?

Text Portion Page 103 Paragraphs: 3&4

TopicThe meaning of home Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about the meaning of home?

Details from text

Authors viewpoint

Work Period: We Do, Again! (20 Minutes)[It] just lapped itself. ~MST3K

Text Portion: Page 104, paragraph 2 Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about choices some homeless people make about staying in shelters?

Text portion Page 104 Paragraph: 2

TopicShelters or ownership Essential Question: What is the authors viewpoint about choices some homeless people make about staying in shelters?

Details from text

Authors viewpoint

Cool Down: Knowledge Check (10 Minutes)Pop quiz, hotshot. ~Speed

Question: Another phrase for an authors viewpoint would be an authors __________.A. B. C. D.

argument assertiveness point of view lunch

Question: Another phrase for an authors viewpoint would be an authors __________.A. B. C. D.

argument assertiveness point of view lunch

Question: When supporting our assertion about the authors viewpoint we useA. B. C. D.

details from the text. textual evidence. examples from the text. All of the above

Question: When supporting our assertion about the authors viewpoint we useA. B. C. D.

details from the text. textual evidence. examples from the text. All of the above

Homework: You DoDo or do not. There is no try.~Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

Complete the You Do on the back of your Graphic Organizer. For the BCR remember to follow our Claim, Support, Analysis pattern. Dont forget to put your name on it!