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List Of Tones And Moods | TONE | Mr.Dickes
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Use this page to help you understand the “tone” for any article or story that we read in class. If you understand the author’s tone, you will most likely understand the main idea …

Point of View Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use
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Point of View Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use

The Brown-Bag Teacher: Point of View: 5th Grade Style!

Point of View: 5th Grade Style! - The Brown Bag Teacher

Happy day, friends! Last week in 5th grade, we spent our time talking about point of view and how a narrator’s perspective influences a story’s events. It was our first no-snow day week in a while, so I definitely packed the moments with hands-on activities that kept my students motivated to learn! We start our...

Tone vs Mood handout
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Tone vs Mood handout

Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: anchor charts
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Miss Klohn's Classroom

My Brother Martin anchor chart for Author's Purpose (4th grade Journeys text)
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Fourth Grade Journeys Lesson for My Brother Martin

Loosely based on another fantastic Pinterest find, I created an anchor chart for Journey's 4th grade Unit 1, Lesson 2 objective, finding the author's purpose. The name of the selection is "My Brother Martin," and it's a biography that Martin Luther King's sister wrote about her brother, including humorous accounts of the early years! (I think Journeys has GREAT selections for their whole class lessons). Well, the chart was a hit! I used the same layout, but noted those details Kristine King…

Author's Point of View,Perspective, Viewpoint, Opinion
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Author's Point of View,Perspective, Viewpoint, Opinion

Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: 5th-8th Grade Anchor Charts
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The Literacy Effect

I've said this before on my blog, but it is most definitely worth saying again, I work with an amazing group of middle school language arts educators. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't learn something from each one that I work with. I have a special treat for my blog followers, and that is a picture walk through my middle school through anchor charts! :) Purposes of anchor charts include: To display routines and expectations throughout different parts of Reading and Writing…