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 what is included:
1 instruction sequencing page
1 suggested reading list
3 character posters (characters, perspective, point of view)
3 pages 6 vs. 9 which perspective is correct?
6 pages of perspective phrases- an understanding perspective activity (includes recording sheet)
12 perspective cards - recording the perspective of two characters in the same situation (includes recording sheet)
11 pages of an original text "Family Pets"
5 pages of activities that corresponds to "Family Pets"
19 pages of a mini unit that compares the perspective of "The True Story of the Three Little Pigs" with the traditional story of "The Three Little Pigs"
2 writing prompts to rewrite a classic story in a new perceptive
6 pages of printable perspectives response sheets
2 pages of printable perspectives can change response sheets
3 pages of printable comparing perspective response sheets
4 pages of response sheets to use during independent reading
1 poster of using quotations to know when to use a character's voice
3 pages of recording sheets for using words other than said
14 pages of Practicing Perspectives with three original simple scripts "The Bakery" "Going Fishing" and "A Special New Year"
9 pages of Proving Point of View (using text evidence to determine point of view)
Taking on a new perspective 3 pages of character cards for your students to practice different voices
9 pages of phonics phrases to use with the character cards (if desired)
Perceptive posters - a culminating activity
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