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Get in the Fold!: point of view- love this idea- could use with Trouble with Chickens this year. Could also use with any read aloud and have students analyze how a differing narrator would change story.
Point of View Craftivity: 1st Person & 3rd Person POV
Have your students to practice identifying FIRST PERSON and THIRD PERSON point of view in a memorable way! Students begin by reading six short passages and identifying which point of view the author used in each story. *Modify for more advanced students*
Arbete med voices in the park - sexan? Point of View Lesson! Voices in the Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent.
Free Point of View Fiction Graphic Organizer: Use with almost any narrative. Asks grade, grade, or grade students to decide what point of view the narrative is written from, and whether they agree or disagree with the character's point of view.