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Point of View Craftivity with Distance Learning Option

Deb Hanson
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Grade Levels
4th - 6th, Homeschool
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10 pages
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  1. This bundle of activities focuses on identifying the point of view used by an author of a reading passage or literary piece. Several activities include test prep elements. It is designed to teach upper elementary and middle school students how to analyze a reading passage for its point of view in a
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Learning Objective

Students will read four fiction passages and determine whether the author used first person, second person, third person limited, or third person omniscient point of view.

Description

Here's a hands-on, creative way for your students to practice identifying the four main points of view as they read! This is an engaging activity where your students read short passages and identify which point of view the author used in each story. Then, the students transfer their answers to the craftivity and make four "point of view presents". The finished products make a unique bulletin board or fun school hallway display! It can also be used as a novel entry in an interactive notebook!

The points of view include:

  • First Person
  • Second Person
  • Third Person Limited
  • Third Person Omniscient

The stories are basically the same, just written using four different points of view by the author. Because of this, it truly highlights the differences between the four points of view. When students complete the craftivity, they lift the gift lid to reveal their answer justification.

Student-friendly directions are included so that you can place the directions under your document camera, and students can refer to them as they complete the project. (An answer key is also included.)

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Updated in 2020- I created a digital version of this craftivity that uses Google Slides. When you download the PDF, you will find the Google Slides link on the teacher notes page.

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This resource is also included in my TEACHING POINT OF VIEW BUNDLE. {CLICK HERE.}

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Feel free to check out my other Point of View teaching resources:

Introduction to Points of View PowerPoint

Point of View Task Cards (1st, 2nd, 3rd Limited, 3rd Omniscient)

Point of View Demonstration Lesson: Students write their own paragraphs FREE!!

Two Point of View Worksheets: Careers and Lewis & Clark

Point of View Flow Chart with 10 Practice Passages

Halloween POV Worksheet FREEBIE

If you are looking for a product that ONLY focuses on 1st and 3rd person points of view, check out this product: Point of View Craftivity: Zooming in on 1st & 3rd person

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Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Explain how an author develops the point of view of the narrator or speaker in a text.
Describe how a narrator’s or speaker’s point of view influences how events are described.
Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated, including the difference between first- and third-person narrations.

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