Point of View Mini-Lesson & Scavenger Hunt | Types of Narration
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Teaching your point of view mini-lesson is effortless & engaging with this complete resource! Save valuable planning time and give your students the tools they need to understand first, second, and third person P.O.V.
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This Point of View Mini-lesson Covers:
- First Person
- Second Person
- Third Person Limited
- Third Person Omniscient
After using the editable presentation to teach POV, students will go on a scavenger hunt to find three different types of narration in literature. Feel free to extend the requirement or scale it back!
Finally, scan the QR codes to watch a short film, evaluate the point of view, and determine what can be learned from it. Students will consider:
- Whose point of view the film is based on,
- What is revealed through the POV,
- Why the author might have chosen that POV,
- How the story would be different if told from a different POV.
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Your students will love the interactive activities that go hand-in-hand with the presentation. Both printable and digital versions are included!
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