6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN

6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
6TH DEVELOPING POINTS OF VIEW (CC RL 6.6) DETAILED LESSON PLAN
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I created this 10-page product to take the work out of teaching the Common Core Standard CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.6.6. for language arts/reading classes of 6th graders. The standard deals with how an author develops point of view of a narrator or speaker. This lesson can be used in conjunction with a story from your text too or without.
Students will enjoy the short film on “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” and reading the original story “Prudence Prim, I Love You” based on the pets of President Calvin Coolidge and his wife Grace. I’ve included cooperative work with a worksheet for analyzing how an author develops the point of view of the narrator or speaker in a text. Also included is a blank “Ticket Out the Door.” Everything is original including an extra worksheet (not part of the lesson plan) on the characterization of the main character Rob Roy and a picture of the character Rob Roy on lined paper in case you might want your students to write. For extension, I’ve included lined paper about a fable. Students will create a fable of two animals and determine how they will develop the points of view of each character. If you choose to tie this to a story from your text, I’ve included a blank worksheet on “Developing the Narrator’s Point of View.”
I kept in mind that you might want to use this for an evaluation. I think it has everything you will need. Just in case you need to make changes, I’ve included almost everything as a “Word” document, as well as a “PDF” file. (The PDF file will print without adjusting your margins, etc.)
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.6.6 Explain how an author develops the point of view of the narrator or speaker in a text.
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1 hour
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