1. Topic-
Authors Purpose and Perspective
2. Content-
Why an author write what he writes.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.To identify the Author's reason for writing a piece.
2.To identify the Author's attitude about a subject.
3.To write a persuasive essay.
4.To write an informative piece.
5. To write a fictional story for entertainment.
4. Objectives-
1.My students will be able to read a paper/story and identify the author's purpose for writing the story/article accurately 90% 0f the time.
2.My students will be able to
read a selection and identify how the author feels about the subject correctly 85% 0f the time.
3. My students will write 1 informative piece, 1 persuasive piece and 1 entertaining work of fiction using good sentence/paragraph structure and proper grammar and punctuation and achieving at least a grade of 80% using the attached rubric for grading purposes.
5. Materials and Aids-
3 PPT presentations on Purpose and Point of View.
Lesson plan on purpose adapted from a lesson by Sadie Stowe
(see lesson plan for materials for that lesson)
Worksheets, Interactive board computers.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.I will explain to my students that we will be beginning a series of lessons meant to help them understand the concepts of author's purpose and point of view. Explain that under standing these concepts will assist them in there reading of different kinds of literature.
2.Show PPT's, 3 of them, at the beginning of the first three lessons
3.Do the introductory exercise in the first lesson plan #1

B. Development-

See each section of this lesson for development strategies

C. Practice-

See each section of this lesson for practice

D. Independent Practice-

See different sections of this lesson for Independent practice

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Students will be assisted by classroom aide
2.Students will receive extra explanation on exercises

F. Checking for understanding-

See closing lesson parts in each section of the lessons

G. Closure-

Last PPT on Purpose and respective will be shown
7. Evaluation-
Students will write one example of each of the different kinds of writing
Entertaining, informative and persuasive using all of the conventions of English writing.

This Lesson Plan is available at (www.teacherjet.com)