This routine helps students to explore different perspectives and viewpoints as they try to imagine things, events, problems, or issues differently. In some cases this can lead to a more creative understanding of what is being studied. For instance, imagining oneself as the numerator in a fraction. In other settings, exploring different viewpoints can open up possibilities for further creative exploration. For example, following this activity a student might write a poem from the perspective of a soldier’s sword left on the battlefield.
This product includes three pages of "Teacher Talk" notes and two black and white graphic organizers (one with lines, one without lines) for student use.
You may also want to check out my other visible thinking routine products, including a growing mega bundle that includes graphic organizers, "Teacher Talk" notes, posters, mini-posters for interactive journals, and think-marks. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Wild-Child-Designs/