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Identify Theme

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on 27 October 2014

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Transcript of Identify Theme

Identify Theme
Here's a clue to
help
you remember
what the
theme of
writing is.
THEME T-H-E-M-E
T-H-E spells the word "the"
M-E are the first two letters in the word "message."

Goal: To identify
theme in writing.

Theme

is
the

message
,
or

life
lesson,

the author is trying to

make you, (the reader)

LEARN!


Let's look closely at the word
theme. It is spelled T-H-E-M-E.

The
theme
in literature
is
THE ME
ssage or
life lesson
the author wants you to
know!

"What is
THE ME
ssage
or
life lesson
the author wants
me (
the reader
)
to know?
One way to remember theme!
Ask
Yourself
Let's practice
together...
http://www.readinga-z.com/projectable/book.php?id=1205&lang=1&type=book
Let's explore how the
theme can change depending on the solution...
Steps to help you
find the theme...
Step 2: What is the problem
in the story?
Step 3: How is the problem
solved OR what happened at the end of the story?
Step 4: What did the character(s)
learn "along the way?"
Step 1: Identify character(s)
The characters are the Three Little Pigs.
At the end fo the story, he wolf is not able to blow down the 3rd house because it is made of bricks.
The characters learned It is smart to take your time and do things the right way.
The characters are the Three Little Pigs.
At the end of the story, the Three Little Pigs invite the wolf in for dinner and dancing, and they all
lived happily ever after !
The problem in the story is the wolf wants to eat the pigs, so he blows down
the first two houses.
The problem in the story is the wolf wants to eat the pigs, so he blows down the first two houses.
Now it's your turn. Let's see you find
the theme...

The characters are Jenny and Katie.
The problem in the story is Jenny doesn't understand reading. Katie doesn't understand math.
1, (or 2)
The problem is solved when Katie helps Jenny in reading, and Jenny helps
Katie understand math.
5,8
9
The message the characters learn is good things happen when you help others.
Be RAD!
Be RAD!
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