27 slides! The point of view of a text may offer powerful hints of its purpose, as well as shape its effectiveness. In presentation students will do the following: Read a chapter from The Grapes of Wrath; answer questions on the chapter; take notes on point of view; analyze the point of view of certain excerpts from the chapter; analyze the point of view of their own writing; and mimic the point of view of a writing.
Note: The Grapes of Wrath chapter(s) are intercalary, and stand by themselves. There is no need to have read the entire novel. The richness of Steinbeck's language offers the students many different complex looks at tone. Link to chapter provided.