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This bundle is full of hands-on, engaging resources to teach dialogue and point of view. It includes three mini lessons, two PowerPoint presentations, games, activities, printables, task cards, write the room activities, scavenger hunts, an assessment, and SO MUCH MORE!
This unit answers the following questions:
•What is dialogue?
•What does dialogue do to a story?
•Why do authors use dialogue?
•Who is telling the story at various points in the text?
•Is the narrator telling the story or is it a character?
•What is point of view?
•What is perspective?
•How does point of view impact a story?
This unit focuses on the following standard:
Identify who is telling the story at various points in a text.
Included in this unit:
•Lessons and Activities Overview
•Mini Lesson 1 – Use dialogue to determine who is telling a story at various points in a text. What is dialogue? What does dialogue do?
•Activity #1 – Dialogue Noodles
•Activity #2 – What’s the Dialogue?
•Activity #3 – Noodle Dialogue
•Activity #4 – Write the Room
•Activity #5 – Practice Sheets
•Mini Lesson 2 – Identify Who is telling a story at various points in a text. (Character or Narrator?)
•Activity #6 – Who’s Telling the Story? Task Cards
•Activity #7 – Write a BIO
•Activity #8 – Book Exploration
•Mini Lesson 3 – Describe a character’s point of view. (The character’s perspective)
•Anchor Chart/Book Suggestions
•Activity #9 – Point of View PowerPoint/Activity
•Activity #10 – Diary of a ______
•Activity #11 – Perspective Practice Sheet
•Activity #12 – FoldOverBooks
•Activity #13 – Point of View Match Up