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WAIT! You can buy this product in my LITERARY ELEMENTS BUNDLE & *SAVE* 20%! ************************************************************************** If students are able to fully grasp and understand narrative perspective, they will be more proficient writers, and they will be able to analyze
These activities TEACH and PRACTICE the social language skill of perspective taking. Both print and digital versions included! Includes visuals, handouts, 100s of scenarios, task cards, homework, and real pictures! Targets the following:stating your own perspective (handout, practice, task cards, ho
What's real and not real in the news and media today? How do we determine what's truth or not? Having an understanding of author's perspective, narrator voice, and bias can lead students to uncover more meaning and depth in what they read. Student Experience: In this teaching pack for author's persp
This guide will help teachers teach Author's Perspective. Included:Warm up, direct instruction, modeling strategy, guided practice and independent practice.There are 3 practice passages and a graphic organizer too!
This powerpoint is an awesome way to teach author’s purpose and perspective. With animated graphics and step-by-step instruction, concepts are taught in an easily understandable way while keeping your students’ undivided attention. Includes:36 slides that teach the three main author’s purposes (ent
Note: Before purchasing this lesson, you may want to use the following link to check out our full Historical Thinking Unit Bundle! ~~Forget memorizing facts, and teach your students how to think like a historian! This is the fourth in a series of lessons on the Historical Thinking Concepts (HTC). Th
Headlines Newspaper A project rubric for several newspaper projects. This project teaches students to view historical events from more than one side. It teaches bias, historical perspective, understanding and creating political cartoons. This assignment reinforces teamwork, project management, w
This is a great tool for Teaching Author's Purpose and Perspective
This unit uses excerpts from literature to teach the sometimes difficult and abstract concept of point of view, perspective and tone. Students will look at the way the author crafts his/her work to create the personalities of the narrators. Word choice is a large focus of this unit along with thin
An effective step-by-step presentation with integrated activities and resources.Contents of PowerPoint:Slide 3: 2-D and 3-D DimensionsSlide 4: What is Perspective?Slide 5: Overlap PerspectiveSlide 6: Size PerspectiveSlide 7: Tonal PerspectiveSlide 8: Color PerspectiveSlide 9: Linear PerspectiveSlide

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This resource uses an animated wordless video about a puppy who goes to school to become a service dog, however, he is too small and struggles throughout training. This resource targets problem solving, inferencing, perspective taking, conversational skills, WH questions, and feelings. The download
This resource is a list of recommended texts for teaching Australian Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories and perspectives in Years K-6. As a teacher, I understand how difficult it can be to find texts that match with outcomes you are planning to teach. For each text listed, I
Teach perspective with a clear and engaging focus. Using nonfiction primary and secondary sources, students read about the clash of two unique cultures, which in part, led to the decline of the American Indian Nations. As students read, they take annotated notes, gathering evidence to create their o
Thinking skills create a new framework for learning that places a student’s thought process before content and competency. This format pushes students to understand how to approach information regardless of the topic. Perspective. |pərˈspektiv| noun Utilize information to determine the angle from
This product contains a slideshow with a warmup question, vocabulary definitions/activity, image analyses, a group activity with a worksheet and an assessment. Students will gain a deeper understanding of why viewing history or events from multiple perspectives is important. This product is part of
Powerpoint of images zoomed in - fun activity for any age to encourage imagination, thinking outside the box, perspective, etc. 30 slides total! Turn and talk questions at the end!
This worksheet set has been successfully classroom tested at the upper elementary and middle school (3rd-8th grade) levels in a title 1 school district. Possible uses may include pre-assessment, gradual release models, homework, seat-work for early finishers, direct teach, assessment. A great, kid-f
This product contains a slideshow with a warmup question, vocabulary definitions/activity, image analyses, a group activity with a worksheet and an assessment. Students will gain a deeper understanding of why viewing history or events from multiple perspectives is important. This product is part of
This activity gives the student three different scenarios and they must describe different perspectives of the same situation. The first example is of delicious pizza and the students must use dialogue and correct quotation marks to describe the perspective of: A person who has been shipwrecked on a
Students will have the opportunity to learn about one of four different travelers (Margaret Brown, Thomas Andrews, Bruce Ismay, and Olaus Abelseth) that were aboard the Titanic the night it sank. Using four excerpts from Allan Wolf’s novel, "The Watch That Ends the Night-Voices from the Titanic", st
This activity goes along with the first 7 chapters (personal stories) in the book Because of Mr. Terupt by Rob Buyea. Students explore how life experiences, perception, and tone help shape a character's perspective. The author's craft is also a focus as students discuss how the author writes to fo
A SMART Board presentation for Grade 4-9 students who haven't learned about one-point or two-point perspective. Offers step-by-step instructions and a brief historical understanding of perspective. Uses simple instructions, and an easy guide for teachers who have never taught this before! Created
One tree, multiple perspectives. Beautiful photographs by Tried and True Teaching Tools to be used to teach writing from different perspectives. Use as a springboard for descriptive writing or poetry. Pictures can also be used as visual vocabulary and when teaching about spring. ********************
Teachers can use this interactive PowerPoint to teach the importance of historical perspective through the eyes of Diego Bermudez, a twelve year old child sailor on the Santa Maria in 1492. This presentation is full with rich content, turn and talks, game based review of key points and a easy pre

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