This resource is a flipbook for teaching and practicing how to determine point of view of literature.
The flipbook contains a page for each of the following:
What Is Point of View? – Provides a definition of point of view and a definition of each of the five types- 1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person limited, 3rd person omniscient, and 3rd person objective
What Is the Point of View? - The other five flaps contain stories for the students to read and determine the point of view. They will write the point of view (using the “What Is Point of View?” flap if needed) and their evidence.
Click the links below to see my other Reading Flipbooks:
Reading Review Flipbooks for Literature and Informational Texts
Determining Theme Flipbook
Main Idea and Supporting Details Flipbook
Making Inferences Flipbook
The students will cut out each piece of the flipbook (seven total pieces) and assemble it as shown in the PDF resource.
I have included two printable versions of this flipbook. Version A has all seven pieces on three pages. Each student gets three pages. The other version would allow the teacher to print the sections on different colored paper.
Click here to see all of my flipbooks, including flipbooks for math and language.
The possibilities for use of this resources are numerous. Here are a few ideas:
•Mini Check Ins or Assessments
Need More Point of View Resources?
Click here to see my Supplemental Resource for Teaching Point of View.
Click here to see my Point of View Passage Centers and Games with Lengthy Texts.
Click here to see my Point of View Puzzle Center.
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5th Grade Common Core Reading Review
Reading Games with Passages
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Informational Reading Centers
Reading Constructed Response
Reading Interactive Notebook