Digital Activities - Point of View Practice for Google Slides™

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Jennifer Findley
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4th - 5th
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8 Digital Activities + 8 Printable Versions
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Do you need point of view digital reading activities that are visually appealing, rigorous, and specifically made for digital use? These point of view digital reading practice slides are the perfect way to review point of view skills with short, focused passages.

Note: These digital point of view reading activities also come with a modified printable version! Use these to better meet the needs of all of your students and their tech access.

About the Digital Reading Activities for Teaching Point of View

*There are FOUR types of activities, with TWO practice opportunities for each type See the previews or the next section for more details about each type of activity.

*There are EIGHT total digital practice activities. Two of each type of activity.

*Visual step-by-step directions are included for each activity to help the students complete the digital activities independently and correctly.

*Answer keys are included in the PDF file.

*These are to be used with Google Slides or any other platform where students can access a PowerPoint file. Directions and support are only included for Google Slides users.

*These are not self-grading.

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About the Digital Perspective Activities

Digital Point of View Activity 1 - The students will read two passages. They will determine the point of view used by each, describe the narrators, and then write about the connection between the two events and narrators.

Digital Point of View Activity 2 - The students will read two passages. They will compare and contrast the point of view and narrator used. They will also compare and contrast the details shared in both passages.

Digital Point of View Activity 3 - The students will read two passages. They will identify and describe the narrator of each passage. They will also describe the connection between the two narrators and the two passages.

Digital Point of View Activity 4 - The students will read two passages. They will sort statements according to which passage is being referred to. They will also write to compare and contrast the details from both passages.

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About the Printable Point of View Activities

Printable versions are also included for when there are issues with tech access or tech equity...or if you just prefer the printable version. :)

The printable point of view activities have been modified to work in a printable format.

They are black and white, ink friendly and in a printable size.

The directions were also slightly modified to remove digital only directions (such as dragging and dropping).

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8 Digital Activities + 8 Printable Versions
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated, including the difference between first- and third-person narrations.
Describe how a narrator’s or speaker’s point of view influences how events are described.


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