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This animated PowerPoint teaches students how to identify and compare points of view or perspectives among characters. Students see how beliefs, attitudes, values, and experiences shape point of view. Folktales such as The Three Little Pigs, Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood and more are used to
Whenever I introduce point of view to my students, I tell them to think about a time when they had a disagreement with a friend. They each tell their story of what happened, and there will be some things that are the same in each of their stories. However, there will also be some things that are dif
These 24 point of view task cards are designed to help students thinking about what a character or an author's point of view is, and whether they agree or disagree with that point of view. Each task cards contains a short reading passage. There are 12 fiction / narrative task cards and 12 nonficti
This no prep ELA Print a Standard packet for RL 2.6 was designed to give your students a chance to work on reading a passage or other such text and thinking about the different points of view of the characters. Some activities require kiddos to cut and paste and others simply require a pencil. There
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
Who has hair of snakes and eyes that can turn you to stone? Medusa, of course! You can spice up your mythology unit or The Lightning Thief novel study (Percy Jackson series) with these engaging literature activities. Grab students’ attention with two different views of this alluring mythological cre
"A Christmas Story" The Movie: Point of View, Characterization, Writing Prompts, Video Clips, and NotesStudents like to be entertained while they learn!Introduce students to the concepts of point of view, characterization and questioning. This lesson can be used prior to teaching longer, more comple
Character/Point of View Activity for Any Text: Tweet Sheet Engage your students in a novel or literature circle with this activity focused on characterization and point of view. Students will create Twitter handles based on character analysis and write "tweets" based on events in the novel from the
These 20 task cards are perfect for PSSA test prep or standardized test prep. They use fiction excerpts from popular youth books to help engage your students as they practice answering a variety of literary element questions. (Questions about plot, character traits, theme, point of view, mood, and m
This project is perfect for teaching point of view during the month of Halloween or any time of year, and can also be used during distance learning. Students choose a favorite character from a story they have read. They produce a written book report, do an oral presentation where they speak from the
Students can practice character perspective/ point of view while viewing the book, Voices in the Park, by Anthony Browne (on YouTube - link included). The practice begins with first character's perspective of a day at the park and moves through each character's perspective/ point of view of their o
5th - 8th
The playing with perspective resource provides a framework for students to complete an analysis of classic fairy tales from an alternative point of view. The assignment is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and designed not only to have students practice literary skills but also demonstrate
What better way to see different points of view of character than through the eyes of a dog and cat? This is a great story that shows point of view and compare and contrast. This is the 2nd Point of View assessment I have in my store. You always need more than one assessment to give throughout the y
This unit will save you a ton of planning time and allow your students to have an engaging learning experience. All you have to do is print and teach. No need to hunt for reading material that aligns with standards.Easy to use for both student and teacher. Engaging hands-on resource includes:Differe
Over 20% discount! Over 150 slides! Available in Google Slides OR PowerPoint! Five presentations related to elements of story, and a free presentation on The Most Dangerous Game. All of the presentations within have been recently updated, expanded and revised. Each includes activities to engage s
Character/Point of View Activity for Any Text: Literary Postcards Literary postcards are a great activity for any grade level and can be used to reinforce the ideas of character and point of view. This activity can be done during or after reading with any short story or novel. Students will brainst
***Now On Google Slides*** 35+ pages of aligned resources for RL 3.6 are in this standards-based product. Students are asked to determine the point of view of characters, narrators, and determine their own point of view. There is a section that requires students to pretend to be someone else (a teac
Students can practice character perspective/ point of view while viewing the movie, Hoodwinked! You will need to find your own access to the movie; however, all video clip time frames are included on the second page of the PDF. The practice begins with the scene of the crime and moves through each
4th - 8th
Halloween Writing: This fun partner Halloween writing activity addresses the ELA concepts of point of view, character motivation, plot, conflict, protagonist/antagonist, and creative writing. Students follow the directions on the pages to plot out a Halloween story, write it out, then trade with a p
No Prep lesson to help students understand what perspective is, how to find perspective in writing, and how to write from a character’s perspective. Scaffolded instruction guides students through building background knowledge, making connections, direct instruction with modeling of the concept and a
Do your students have a cell phone? If they do, chances are they take "selfies" (photos of themselves) all the time. Turn this favorite pastime into an activity that will strengthen their comprehension skills! Not to mention, you will be one cool teacher for these 21st century kids! Examples of w
Support the CCSS Point of View by using these book suggestions and follow up activities. Includes a list of recommended books to use to teach character's point of view and follow up activities for 7 of the books. Including: Town Mouse and Country Mouse Believe Me Cinderella Rocks! The True Story of
Poster set for Literary Elements. Print in color and laminate for extended use. Copyright Page Page 1 - Title Page 2 - Setting Page 3 - Characters Page 4 - Plot Page 5 - Theme Page 6 - Point of View Page 7 - Foreshadowing Page 8 - Conflict Additional Posters that Provide More Information: Page
This animated PowerPoint teaches students how to identify and compare points of view or perspectives among characters. Students see how beliefs, attitudes, values, and experiences shape point of view. Fables such as The Tortoise and the Hare, The Ants and the Grasshopper, The Lion and the Mouse,

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