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This Point of View unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL.2.6. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching first person, second person, and third
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
This product is a fun twist on "Three Billy Goats Gruff." It contains the point of view from all three goats and the troll. It also has an original version and a version with bumble bees instead of goats.Three Billy Goats Gruff – Original Version FolktaleThree Billy Goats Gruff – Questions RL 2.1Th
12 standards-based reading passages are included in this resource for RL 2.6 Point of View. Each reading passage includes comprehension questions. There are four sections and each contains 3 differentiated reading passages and comprehension questions. Available in both PDF and Google Slide versions.
Guess Who - Point of View or Voice28 Total Task Cards! Each page contains 4 paragraphs. These paragraphs are meant to be cut out and distributed to each student in a small reading group. The student should read their card a loud while trying to determine who the character is. Each sheet has a theme.
89 Pages are included in this bundle that is focused on RL 2.6 Point of View. There are 3 products that are included in this point of view bundle. The first product has differentiated reading passage with comprehension questions and worksheets. The second product has task cards where the students ha
5 Formative Assessments - all are aligned with common core standard RL2.6 - 5 separate passages with questions - various question types - 1 page assessments Check out my other Reading Literature Assessments Below: Ask & Answer Question Assessments - RL2.1 Fable & Folktale Assessments
⭐️ These task cards are perfect for identifying the differences in the points of view of characters. Aligned to RL2.6, each of the 30 short fiction passages is followed by one standard focused multiple choice question. ⭐️ If you do not use Common Core, this packet is still perfect for practicing and r
I use these passages in small group, whole group, and for homework. I find it very easy to teach 2nd graders with these passages. There are a variety of questions to capture their understanding and build their comprehension.
This mini-unit features a powerpoint presentation on three types of character point of view including feelings, thoughts, and reactions. There is an assessment and 4 activity pages included as well. Thanks for downloading, please leave feedback! Get a Freebie sheet here!
This differentiated resources focuses on CCSS RL 2.6 Point of View. The main focus of this resource is on dialogue of characters and using different voices when reading the dialogue. This resource includes targets, concept development, definitions, reading passages and worksheets. There are 5 days w
This is a chart that asks questions about the characters in the story and what their point of view is for different events. Students have to write page number evidence is dound on and answer the sentence stem provided.
1st - 3rd
This activity uses the book "Gilbert the Goldfish Wants a Pet" by Kelly DiPucchio (2011, Scholastic). Students describe how each character feels and the characters think of each other and their situation. Part of my Point of View Pack - Get it here!
This packet was created to assist teaching as well as assess students' understanding of character's point of view and how characters respond to events in a story. This packet includes: 4 posters with student friendly objectives and 4 exit tickets that allow the student to create a comic response.
These 10 lessons (122 slides) are scaffolded and interactive with student notes, examples, assignments, and exams to teach theme and point of view to 6th grade with open and go teaching in mind.
5th - 7th
Hello and thank you for considering another BIZEE-BEE product. In this download, you'll find three topics by which students can determine the point of view of the author and/or persons speaking. Each topic has a full passage and several sentences written from differing point of view that will requir
This graphic organizer helps students to think about the characters in their story and what specific characters think to identify the points of view.
You can use this worksheet to compare the points of view from three different characters from within the same story or even a different story.
⭐️These 12 printable and digital Lexile leveled reading comprehension passages with standard based questions are perfect for teaching, developing, or reinforcing 2nd grade & 3rd grade point of view skills. Printable PDF & Digital Google Slides versions make this resource perfect for classroom
This Point of View unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL.3.6. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teachings students how to identify the narrator'
Teach multiple standards with this thorough fable resource bundle. Everything you need to engage your students in a close read is at your fingertips: from character and plot analysis, determining the message (moral), using context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words, to practicing fluenc
Point of View: Differentiated unit for 2nd or 3rd grade!This unit is full of what you need to teach about how a reader compares their point of view to the point of view of the characters in a story (RL.2.6 and RL.3.6) in a 2nd or 3rd grade classroom. The materials are all differentiated for your lea
This lesson introduces and teaches RL 2.6: Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters. This lesson begins by teaching students the concept of point of view and how two different characters in a story can have differing points of view. Students are given passages, and they then fill

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