In this guided note/practice activity, students will first review the role of a narrator, as well as three basic types of narrators. Teachers will guide students in writing brief definitions of first, second, and third person narrators, and will also include "key words" that may be useful in narrator identification. Examples of each type of narration are provided.
Once the guided notes/identification strategies have been reviewed, students will use this sheet and any books available in your classroom to find their own examples of first and third person narration.
Includes one two-sided worksheet and teacher answer key. Guided (scaffolded) notes on the front, practice activity on the back.
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