Identifying the Narrator and Point of View | Distance Learning

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Teach your class about point of view and perspective in stories.

This presentation is designed to be your minilesson for teaching students to identify the narrator in a story along with understanding first person and third person point of view and perspective. The lesson contains 24 slides, as well as an exit slip that can be used to assess your students understanding of this reading skill.

The presentation teaches strategies to help students identify whether a story is written in first or third person, as well as how to identify who the narrator of the story is. The presentation contains 3 short reading passages to help students practice the skills taught in the lesson.

This lesson contains both Google Slides™ as well as PowerPoint slides. In addition, the exit slip is available as both a PDF and a Google Slides™ version. Meeting both your in person and remote teaching needs.

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Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.

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