The CCSS exams LOVE to give questions on point of view.
And point of view can be tricky. The term can be used in a number of different means.
It can be used to mean "first person point of view" or "third person point of view". It can be used to refer to an author's bias toward a subject they are writing about. And it can be used to describe a character's feelings about events in a story.
This worksheet really drives home each of these different uses of "point of view" so that your students can think flexibly about this versatile term.