Distance Learning: Point of View vs Perspective Worksheets for Secondary ELA

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7th - 10th
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Make literary point of view and perspective relevant and engaging for your secondary ELA students with What's the Tea? A Lesson on Point of View and Perspective. Four worksheets help your students to explore and reflect on the differences between literary point of view and perspective. Students start by analyzing the differences between literary point of view (first and third person) and perspective (the viewpoint or opinion of an individual). Next, students apply their learning to an analysis of two different literary excerpts. Students identify how first and third person point of view enhance a story. Then, they look at the differing points of view (perspective) between two characters. After examining point of view and perspective, students reflect on their learning.

Grading is easy with a full answer key and provided rubric. This 100% editable activity can easily be printed or shared through Google Classroom.


  • Four page editable worksheet and reflection page
  • Rubric
  • Answer key

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7 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Analyze how an author develops and contrasts the points of view of different characters or narrators in a text.


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