Point of View Activities RI.5.6 Analyze Multiple Accounts Digital Escape Room

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Jen Kimbrell - Tech with Jen
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4th - 6th, Homeschool
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Love that my students were able to read and figure out the points of view. This was a great resource to have for my students to practice.


This ELA digital escape room teaching perspective, point of view, and multiple accounts is the perfect addition to your classroom for students to practice their understanding of perspective, point of view, and multiple accounts.  This digital escape room is stress-free, no prep, and no hassle. 

Available as a Google Site™ or a web version of a Google Slides™ presentation, students will unlock four activities as they learn about point of view, perspective, and multiple accounts. Perfect for distance learning or in-class, this digital escape room ela is sure to engage your students while reading and learning about point of view, perspective, and multiple accounts.

What You're Getting Inside This Resource:

  • Link to Google Site™ with four activities and lock code form.
  • Lock #1 - Students put a digital puzzle together to discuss perspective.
  • Lock #2 - In a Google form, students read a passage and determine if the narrator is telling the story in first, second, or third person.
  • Lock #3 - Students make a copy of a Jamboard, read a passage, annotate and use text evidence to find the answers.
  • Lock #4 - Students make a copy of a Google Slides presentation to read two passages and compare and contrast multiple accounts of two authors.

There are three ways to share the ela digital escape room: 

  • Via a Google Site with links to all activities
  • Via a Google Slides presentation published to the web
  • Option #2 allows you to create an escape room, so you have access to the Google Form spreadsheet

You will also receive:

  • QR Code and bit.ly link to get students to the escape room
  • Recording Sheet
  • Hint Cards
  • FAQ's and Video Tutorials about the Escape Room

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STEP 1: Grab this fun interactive digital escape room for your students.
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent.
Draw on information from multiple print or digital sources, demonstrating the ability to locate an answer to a question quickly or to solve a problem efficiently.
Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text, identifying which reasons and evidence support which point(s).


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