This anticipatory set presents students (I used it with collaborative groups) with three different accounts of a single event (cheating on an English exam), written in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person, respectively. Have students read them and determine which they trust the most and least. Have them journal or verbally explain their reasoning.
This is a great starting point for discussions related to the unreliable narrator and the importance of a text's point of view.
*NOTE: The accounts are one paragraph long each and are just copied to fit the size of a page.