This activity was designed with more rigor, to prepare students better for the state assessment point of view questions. Many students understand what "point of view" is, but don't understand why authors might use one point of view and not another. This Point of View exercise was created to get students thinking about why authors use certain points of view, and how certain points of view affect a literary work.
Included in this activity are: 24 foldable short stories with mini-glossaries on the backs; a general student answer sheet; a more rigorous student answer sheet; and an answer key. The stories are high interest and cover a variety of genres, mostly fiction. This activity worked best with fourth and fifth graders. As always, take a look and just use what you need!