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This product makes teaching students to identify and describe the point of view from which a story is written much easier, and it is designed to mimic what students will see on state tests! This resource focuses specifically on the first-person point of view and the third-person point of view. With 8 passages and 24 multiple-choice questions (with short-response questions, as well), your students will develop a greater understanding of the first-person and third-person points of view!
**Also includes the Part A/Part B question types that always seem to show up on state tests!
- "Point of View" anchor chart
- 8 high-interest fiction passages including:
- "The Color Television"
- "Monster Spray"
- "Petey's Pick"
- "The Raindrop"
- "Writer's Block"
- "If Walls Could Talk"
- "The Lightning Bug"
- "The Debate"
- 24 multiple-choice questions
- Short-response questions for each passage
- Answer Key
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CHARACTERS, SETTING, AND EVENTS
DRAWING INFERENCES IN FICTION/LITERARY TEXT
*Also available together as a BUNDLE!
SUMMARIZING FICTION AND NONFICTION
* Also available together as a BUNDLE!
ELEMENTS OF POETRY, DRAMA, AND PROSE
PAIRED PASSAGES WITH WRITING PROMPT