Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages

Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
Point of View Interactive Notebook Pages
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I created this product to use with my middle school students. My students use these in their interactive notebooks. I find interactive notebooks help students with staying engaged in lessons. I also love that the students’ notes and examples are in one place. That makes for easy review when it is time to get ready for a test. The students also have examples to work with as we use the academic vocabulary with other lessons throughout the year.

I print these interactive notebook pages scale to fit paper. Depending on your printer, you might have to adjust the percentage to get the pages to fit a composition book. I sometimes print the pages at a percentage. Do a test page to see if you like the size. : ). I also run some of the pages off using card stock (bright colors). I use card stock for the pages that will get more use or for vocabulary words that I want to stand out.

This set includes words with definitions and examples. I put these on camera shapes to show that point of view is a lens to view the story. The students will also get practice working with how the point of view in a story or story (narrative) poem helps the reader understand a character or situation better. Another page gives students a chance to practice analyzing point of view from a teacher selected reading from one of the teacher’s resources. I made this page generic so that teachers could use some of their own favorite poems or stories with it. Students also have a chance to write about the point of view by using a paragraph fill in the blank template. I find that students improve in their writing when I give them practice with paragraph templates. The templates guide the students so that they know what they could include in their paragraphs.
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