Point Of View Graphic Organizer
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Point Of View Graphic Organizer

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OUTLINE Date:

______________ GO.9.1 PLANNER FOR NEWSPAPER ARTICLE Title of Introduction (who, what, when, and I first Conclusion (reflect on total GO.9.2 WRITING AN EXPOSITORY ESSAY Date:

_______________ Paragraph #1

Introduction Topic Idea # Major Idea # Major Idea # Closing Paragraph #2

Major Idea #1 is discussed completely and with evidence Topic Idea # Major Idea # Major Idea # Closing Paragraph #3

Major Idea #2 is discussed completely and with evidence Topic Idea # Major Idea # Major Idea # Closing GO.9.3 EXPOSITORY WRITING Date:

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Detail

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> PARAGRAPH GUIDE Date:

______________ Topic Supporting > > > > > > > > > Concluding or Transition EXPOSITORY WRITING ORGANIZER MAIN IDEA MAP Date:

______________ A Main Idea Map shows the most important idea and supporting ideas or subtopics.

It also has information about the EXPOSITORY WRITING ORGANIZER Date:

______________ Introduction Body
Point 1

Point 2
Point 3 Conclusion

GO.9.8 FINDING MAIN IDEAS Date:

______________ Title of IDEA:
Page and Paragraph: 1.2.3.4.

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GO.9.9 MAIN IDEA ORGANIZER Idea
Main Idea
Main Idea
Main Idea
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TITLE
Main Idea
Main Idea

GO.9.10 SUPPORTING AREAS OF FOCUS Date:

______________ Support each area of focus with information from the story.1.
Support p
Support

p
> EXPOSITORY WRITING ORGANIZER Date:

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Main Idea
Idea
Main Idea

GO.9.12 GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

EXPOSITORY WRITING Date:

_______________ Introduction Intro Sentence: Background Info: Main Transition Sentence: Body 1 Main Idea: Detail:
Example: Detail:
Example: Detail:
Example: Closing/Transition Sentence: Body 2: Main Idea: Detail:
Example: Detail:
Example: Detail:
Example: Closing/Transition Sentence: Body 3:

GO.9.13.a Main Idea: Detail:
Example: Detail:
Example: Detail:
Example: Closing/Transition Sentence: Conclusion: Wrap-up (Hint:

Reread Intro): Prediction: Closing Sentence:

GO.9.13.b THESIS ESSAY ORGANIZER Date:

__________________ INTRODUCTION Thesis (what you will Background Three pieces of supporting evidence:

Body 1 2 3 Conclusion #1 Evidence # Details:

1 Explain how quote supports Conclusion Body #2 Evidence # Details:

1 Explain how quote supports Conclusion Body #3 Evidence # Details:

1 Explain how quote supports Conclusion CONCLUSION Restate Summarize your evidence:

1 Extend, go beyond, larger EXPOSITORY WRITING GRAPHIC ORGANIZER Date:

______________ Topic: Opening Sentences: Transition Word or Phrase Reason #1 Topic Supporting Transition Word or Phrase

GO.9.15.a Reason #2 Topic Supporting Transition Word or Phrase Reason #3 Topic Supporting Concluding What vocabulary words will I EXPOSITORY WRITING ORGANIZER Graphic Organizer for a News Article Who was involved? What happened? When did it happen? Where did it happen? Why did it happen? How did it happen? Quotes from Witnesses The angle or point of view GO.9.26.
Section 4 1st grade opinion point of view
1.Table of Contents 2.Content Map

Opinion Point of View 4.Lesson 1 Pet Opinion

Hamster Story 5.Lesson 1 Pet Opinion

Puppy Care Story 6.Lesson 1 Pet Opinion Graphic Organizer 7.Lesson 1 Pet Opinion Rubric Class Lesson Plan 9.Lesson 2 Favorite Things in P.E.Class 13.

Assessment Point of View Lesson Plan 14.

Assessment - The Park Story 15.Assessment

The Beach Story 16.

Assessment Graphic Organizer 17.Assessment Rubric 18.Teachers Report Opinion Point of View 19.

Principals Report Opinion Point of View

Content Map of Unit Opinion/Point of Questions: How can I write a story to tell my Optional Instructional Tools: from United Streaming or book about pets, graphic organizers, overhead trarencies, writing pap
First Practice Concept: Second Practice Concept:
Assessment Concept: How can I write my opinion Lesson Essential Questions: How can I write my opinion How can I write my opinion Vocabulary: Vocabulary: Vocabulary:
Vocabulary: ake longer than one day.

Students may generate ideas.

They may be able to write their own on the graphic organizers
point of view graphic organizer
.

A story can be read aloud if Peachstar is

Participants: Key Learnings: Your opinion is the way you think writing a paragraph about our opinion, we give reasons for our Created By: Joyce McDonald

How can I write my opinion about a pet? Acceleration/Previewing: (Key Vocabulary)

their pet.

They also need to be reminded to use the phrases to make complete sentences, and When completed, choose students to r many students chose each animal.

Remind students that an opinion is not right or wrong, it is the way someone thinks.Summarizing Prompts: (Prompts Designed to Initiate Summarizing) Students can work in pairs and read their storiePartners can also work together to edit eachSummarizing Strategies: (Learners Summarize &

Answer Essential Question) feel this way) TOD

Give one reason for choosing the pet you did.

First Grade Lesson 1
hamster has a short tail.

Hamsters like to eat fruit, seeds, and plants.

These chubby animals eat and play at night.

Hamsters are fun to watch after the sun sets.First Grade Lesson 1

Reason 2

I want a for a pet.

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Name 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point Concluding Sentences Topic clearly states opinion & conclusion fully Writes either a clear topic sentence or clear conclusion, BUT not both.Neither the topic sentence nor conclusion Does not attempt to write a topic or Sentences Writes at least 5 complete sentences with no words Writes at least 4 complete sentences with no words Writes 2-3 complete sentences with no words Writes 0-1 complete sentence with no words All sentences have correct capitalization.At least 4 sentences have correct capitalization.At least 2-3 sentences capitalization.At least 0-1 sentence has correct capitalization.Punctuation All sentences have correct punctuation.

At least 4 sentences have At least 2-3 sentences have correct punctuation.At least 0-1 sentence has Created By: Joyce McDonald

First Grade

Lesson 2
How can I write my opinion about a favorite class? Activating Strategies: (Learners Mentally Active)

Discuss why each is : (Key Vocabulary) (Collaborative Pairs; Distributed Guided Practice; Distributed Summarizing; Graphic Organizers)Explain to the students that they ars that they like better, P.E.or Art.

Remind them that everyone has an opinion, and it isAsk students to brainstorm reasons why they like this class.

Write their reasd transparency and may be used to help generate

their reasons for choosing Art.

Again, d, explain that it is now time fo(You may or may not want to maRemind them that the sentence in this top box states must give three reasons for choosing this class.

Instruct them to write oneitor to make sure students bout their opinion in the bottom box.

Remind them that the conclusion states theiWhen the graphic organizer is compleclass they chose.Distribute writing paper.

Guide students to write a topic sentence each box, tell them to write one complete sentence Summarizing Prompts: (Prompts Designed to Initiate Summarizing) Students may work in pairs readPartners can tell each other their opinion and give the three reasons to support it.

Summarizing Strategies: (Learners Summarize &

Answer Essential Question)

First Grade Lesson 2
Things We Like To Do in P.E.Class:

Play fun games Run races Play with the parachute Use the jump ropes Play basketball Have a tug of war Do fun exercises Play kickball Play soccer First Grade Lesson 2
Things We Like To Do in Art Class:

Learn how to draw things Use colored pencils and markers Learn about the color wheel Paint pictures Use clay to make things Learn about primary colors Use colored chalk

Reason 1

Reason 2
Reason 3 I really like to go to class.
Component 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point Concluding Sentences Topic clearly states opinion & conclusion fully Writes either a clear topic sentence or clear conclusion, BUT not both.Neither the topic sentence nor conclusion Does not attempt to write a topic or Sentences Writes at least 5 complete sentences with no words Writes at least 4 complete sentences with no words Writes 2-3 complete sentences with no words Writes 0-1 complete sentence with no words All sentences have correct capitalization.

At least 4 sentences have correct capitalization.At least 2-3 sentences capitalization.At least 0-1 sentence has correct capitalization.

Punctuation All sentences have correct punctuation.At least 4 sentences have At least 2-3 sentences have correct punctuation.At least 0-1 sentence has Created By: Joyce McDonald

Point of View Assessment Lesson

Essential Question: How can I write my opinion about a special place to play? A
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