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Inferences
Author's Purpose
Author's Perspective
Reading Strategies

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What is the Roman Collisseum?

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______________ + ______________ = Inference
What is background knowledge and text evidence?

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This is an author's purpose when he or she or the characters in literature wants you to think, feel, believe or do something.
What is to persuade you?

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How an author feels about a subject or topic.
What is author's point of view?

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Marking of the text.
What is annotating?

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What is the Mediterranean Sea?

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When something is stated in the text.
What is explicit?

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This is an author's purpose when he or she or the character's in the literature are telling you information about a subject or topic.
What is to inform?

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The "E" in author's purpose can also stand for this.
What is to explain?

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A strategy to help us determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.
What is using context clues?

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What is the Leaning Tower of Pisa?

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Making meaning and drawing conclusions from the text.
What is analysis?

300

What was the author's purpose of the text we read titled Canada?

What is to inform?

300

The author's perspective in Shawn The Snail was this.

What is Shawn was using his speed for his own benefit and it was hurting his friends.

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A feature of the text that helps to provide you with a clue as to what the information is about.
What is a title?

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What is Rome?

400

Information found in the text?
What is text evidence?

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What was the author's purpose in the story we read called The Cornfield Caper?

What was to entertain?

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The author's perspective in the text "How Heat Hurts" is this.
What is heat is dangerous and it is responsible for many deaths?

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Identifying this can help you better understand the text.
What is author's purpose or point of view or perspective.

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Who is Julius Ceasar?

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Mrs. Vigneron had a great big smile on her face. Mrs. Chambers had just said it is the last day before break. Mrs. Vigneron is going to see her family over Spring Break. You can infer that Mrs. Vigneron is....
What is happy?

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This is an author's purpose when he or she wishes for you to enjoy a story or piece of literature or text.
What is to entertain?

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The author's perspective about City vs. Suburbs?
There were pros and cons to living in either location depending on the text.

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Restate in the form of a question. Answer all parts of the question. Cite text evidence. Explain your response.
What is RACE?