I have used this with small group reading instruction. It can also be used whole class. It is a mini lesson for author's viewpoint, not point of view. :)
Here is what you will find inside:
Author’s Viewpoint Notes. These are just suggested notes. Use what you think your students will understand.
Student Note taking sheet for Author’s Viewpoint.
Sample prompt to show students how to cite evidence. I have written this prompt on a big white sheet of paper and used it as a working document during instruction.
Suggestions for Non-fiction sources.
Author’s Viewpoint practice activity.
8 different Olympic Statements
6 Scorecards (I have made them the correct size for post-it note printing)
Author’s Viewpoint Recording Sheet- students will use this after they have read the required reading assigned by their teacher.