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A Character's Perspective  (a point of view and perspective unit RL 2.6)
Answering the question "who is telling the story?" can be difficult for 2nd graders to understand. I created this 139 page document to make teaching RL2.6 easier for you! This pack includes tips for teaching this standard, perspective activities activities, response pages and much more. Here is wh
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Writing "I Am" Character Perspective Poems for Any Novel
This is a fun twist on writing a basic "I Am" poem. With this project, students will select a character from the novel they have been studying and write an original "I Am" poem from that character's perspective. This is perfect for the month of April (National Poetry Month) or any time your s
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Character Perspective Activity
Have your students show you a character's perspective by allowing them to look through the eye(s) of the character. With these eye templates, students can draw what they think the character sees or their viewpoint on a situation. The students can even do a reflective drawing that shows how a charact
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Character Perspectives in Literature Graphic Organizer and Essay-CCSS Aligned
This graphic organizer can be used to identify different character perspectives in a story. This meets Common Core State Standards RL.1, RL.3, and W.2. Students must make inferences, cite textual evidence, and use higher level thinking to complete this organizer. Students then use the information
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Character Perspective and Character Traits
Explore complex characters and respond using text evidence. Perfect companion for a class read aloud or independent study. This type of response is a favorite in my class because it is engaging, thought provoking, and really, really FUN! It asks students to analyze multiple perspectives of the same
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Fish in a Tree Character Perspectives and Character Traits
Explore complex characters from the amazing novel "Fish in a Tree" by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. Perfect companion for a class read aloud or independent study. This type of response is a favorite in my class because it is engaging, thought provoking, and really, really FUN! It asks students to analyze mult
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Character's Perspective/ Author's Viewpoint
Students will use this graphic organizer to describe a character's feelings, actions and thoughts. They will use text evidence to support their answer. They will also illustrate their character.
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Character Perspective Project
In my 6/7 reading class, we do a variety of literature circles studying various genres. For our realistic fiction literature circle they read books with the theme of animals (Because of Winn Dixie, Charlie's Raven, Rascal, Shiloh). We study the characterization of the humans and connect to the the
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Creating I Am Character Perspective Poems for Any Historical Figure
With this activity, your students will certainly take a closer look at the historical figures they have been studying in social studies. This is a fun twist on writing a basic "I Am" poem. With this project, students will select a famous person from history they have been studying and write a
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Character Perspective Activity
These templates are designed to be used in literature studies when focusing on a character's perspective (point of view). They can also be used to look at different perspectives of historical persons during events such as the World Wars. Responses can either be in written or visual form - depending
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Character Perspective Creative Writing
Want to engage your students in a creative writing piece while promoting a key element of literature? This eight-slide power-point presentation includes the definition of character perspective, two sample passages, questions asking for the perspective and what clues the author gives, a creative wri
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Romeo & Juliet Act III Character Perspectives Game
I created this activity to help my students (a.) understand the different characters' perspectives in the middle of Act III after Romeo is banished, (b.) understand important plot points in this part of the play, and (c.) identify lines in the play that convey these perspectives and plot points. Th
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Night- Character Perspective Chart
This is a great resource to incorporate point of view. Students discuss literary elements of the story from two different points of view- the main character (Eli) and how the plot unfolded from his perspective, and the plot as told by the Nazi soldiers. How does the conflict and resolution change wh
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Character's Perspective Sunglasses Craftivity
Do you need help teaching author's perspective? Do you need to show students that changing the point of view can affect how the story is told, what the reader experiences and learns? Students will read some suggested twisted fairy tales that are very funny and engaging and then use either a current
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Character's Perspective Sunglasses Craftivity-PDF-GoogleSlideBUNDLE
Do you need help teaching author's perspective? Do you need to show students that changing the point of view can affect how the story is told, what the reader experiences and learns? Students will read some suggested twisted fairy tales that are very funny and engaging and then use either a current
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Character's Perspective Sunglasses Craftivity-GoogleSlidesLink
Do you need help teaching author's perspective? Do you need to show students that changing the point of view can affect how the story is told, what the reader experiences and learns? Students will read some suggested twisted fairy tales that are very funny and engaging and then use either a current
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Narrator Point of View vs. Character Perspective
This powerpoint teaches students the difference between Narrator Point of View and Character Perspective! All you need is the powerpoint, a notecard for each student, and access to the internet! Using definitions, examples from spongebob, and an activity with the three little pigs, your students wil
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A Separate Peace- Character Perspective Chart
This is a great resource to incorporate point of view. Students discuss literary elements of the story from two different points of view- the main character (Gene) and how the plot unfolded from his perspective, and the plot as told by Finny. How does the conflict and resolution change when the stor
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Flowers for Algernon- Character Perspective Chart
This is a great resource to incorporate point of view. Students discuss literary elements of the story from two different points of view- the main character (Charlie) and how the plot unfolded from his perspective, and the plot as told by Miss Kinnian. How does the conflict and resolution change whe
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Character Perspectives: 4 Themes, 4 Characters
Looking for a way to integrate thematic analysis and character study in your classroom? Reading Bronx Masquerade? Here are 4 graphic organizers designed around themes (love, identity, fear, community) that provide guidance for students to compare characters based on these themes. Want more char
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Stargirl Creative Writing Piece: Other Character Perspectives
Your students will love engaging with the novel Stargirl with this resource! Students will plan, write, revise, and perform their own "Hot Seat" interview between Stargirl and another character in the novel. Students will use evidence from the book to make inferences about how these characters would
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Fahrenheit 451- Character Perspective Chart
This is a great resource to incorporate point of view. Students discuss literary elements of the story from two different points of view- the main character (Guy), and his boss (Beatty). How would the novel be different if it had been written from Beatty's POV?
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The Great Gatsby- Character Perspective Chart
This is a great resource to incorporate point of view. Students discuss literary elements of the story from two different points of view- the main character (Gatsby), and his love interest (Daisy). How would the novel be different if it had been written from these two different points of view, inste
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To Kill A Mockingbird- Character Perspective Chart
This is a great resource to incorporate point of view. Students discuss literary elements of the story from two different points of view- the main character (Scout), and the mysterious Boo Radley. How would the novel be different if it had been written from Boo's point of view, instead of as it was
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