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Fictional Point of View: First or Third Person?

Fictional Point of View: First or Third Person?
Fictional Point of View: First or Third Person?
Fictional Point of View: First or Third Person?
Fictional Point of View: First or Third Person?
Fictional Point of View: First or Third Person?
Fictional Point of View: First or Third Person?
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This packet includes excerpts from 10 children's books, written in either first or third person. Students read the passages and determine whether it is written in first or third person by looking for key pronouns.

I use this as a follow-up activity to assess student understanding of the different points of view. I laminate the bordered passages and place them around the room, either on surfaces or taped to the wall. Students are put in pairs and given the worksheet. They then walk from passage to passage, reading each and determining how it should be categorized.

This is a fun activity, not only because they are up and moving around the room, but they are also being introduced to 10 reading possibilities.

Alternatively, this would also work well as a literacy center.
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