Use this graphic organizer to present the different points of view in narrative writing. A blank copy is also provided for students to take notes.
This product is easily differentiated by allowing students to choose the sheet most effective for their particular learning abilities, time, and preferences. Teachers may also assign students a specific sheet.
Print each version of this sheet on a different color if necessary for organization and/or student preference.
Use this as a matching game with partners or small groups. Photograph final version if records are needed. This can also be sent home as a review game.
Enlarge any of these sheets at a local printing company or education agency to use as an anchor chart or teaching tool.
Pages can be used in interactive notebooks. Print size may have to be reduced depending on the size of the interactive notebooks.
Encourage students to use colored pencils, colored pens, or colored markers and highlighters while using these sheets to increase engagement and information retention.
Use these sheets as part of an assessment cycle. The sheets work well for pretests, checking for understanding (formative assessments), and posttests (summative assessments).