Point of View Of FAIRY TALE Characters PowerPoint - Comparing Perspectives

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Two Boys and a Dad Productions
Grade Levels
2nd - 5th
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This animated PowerPoint teaches students to identify and compare points of view or perspectives among characters (RL.3.6). Students see how beliefs, attitudes, values, and experiences shape points of view. Folktales such as The Three Little Pigs, Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, and more are used to show examples of characters' points of view.


  • When folktale characters get together, they give different perspectives on the same events or happenings! But why? Each character illustrates how their beliefs, values, attitudes, and experiences have shaped their perspective on each other.
  • This resource is designed to scaffold student learning through graphic organizers that examine the four areas of Point of View: experiences, beliefs, attitude, and values.
  • Each story has six slides that present two characters from the story.
    • Each character gives his/her perspective.
    • Then we examine each character’s beliefs, attitudes, values, and experiences.
    • Finally, the student is asked to discuss and compare and contrast the characters’ points of view with their point of view. Included are graphic organizers in black and white for easy duplication.

  • You can continue to use the graphic organizers with other stories from your collection once the students have learned to distinguish different points of view, including their own.
  • The clipart is animated and has sound to keep the student’s attention (the sound can be turned off or down if needed).
  • Includes Presenter's Notes with teaching tips, slide advancing, and when to use graphic organizers.


PowerPoint that includes five slides each for

  • The Three Little Pigs
  • Snow White
  • Three Billy Goats Gruff
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears

15 Printables (graphic organizers and activities)

  • Note Taker
  • Problem Identifier
  • Summarizer
  • Point of View Comparison Myself and the Character (structured)
  • Point of View Comparison Myself and the Character (less structured)
  • Point of View Comparison Character to Character (structured)
  • Point of View Comparison Character to Character (less structured)
  • Characters Text Message (2 variations and a blank template to make your own)
  • Characters React and Give Point of View (2 variations and a blank template to make your own


  • The Presenter's Notes give the teacher suggested teaching points for the slide and when to click to advance animation or the next slide.
  • The notes also indicate when to use specific graphic organizers that are included.

Check out the preview to see the PowerPoint Slides and the printables. Please note that the preview does NOT show the PowerPoint animations.

The fairy tales are NOT included. Use your versions or online versions. Please Note: This is a zipped file containing 1 PowerPoint file and 2 PDF files (Printables and Presenter's Notes). The PowerPoint is NOT modifiable or editable.


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Interested in more resources for English Language Arts for

★ character analysis

★ central message

★ character point of view and perspectives

★ literature companion packs

★ literary centers

★ shades of meaning

★ commas and addresses

★ vocabulary assessments

★ narrative writing

★ ELA games


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Total Pages
34 Slides + 23 PDF pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.
Distinguish their own point of view from that of the narrator or those of the characters.
Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated, including the difference between first- and third-person narrations.
Describe how a narrator’s or speaker’s point of view influences how events are described.


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