This is such a fun activity to get students thinking and discussing from other's points of view. I used these sheets for note-taking during discussion. We did three rounds in which each group of students had to think from the perspective of teachers, parents, and themselves with different questions. After posing the discussion question, students were given time to talk within their groups but had to think from the point of view of whatever their sheet said. They were asked to take notes during this discussion so that they could add to the whole-class discussion at the end. At the end of each round, the class would come together to see that each group had a different perspective or point of view. This activity led to wonderful critical thinking and truly helped students understand our Point of View standards. This activity is a real-world connection to perspective that will help students relate to literature more easily.