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Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)

Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
Point of View & Perspective RL3.6 RL4.6 (BUNDLE)
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Point of View & Perspective Common Core RL 3.6 & RL 4.6:
Teaching point of view & perspective can be a difficult standard to teach. This bundle has just made it easier! This resource is jam-packed with over thirty rigorous and engaging activities intentionally designed for teaching point of view using five fun mentor texts specifically selected to explore this topic. This resource also includes 15 graphic organizers that can be used with any story. The best part is that these are NO PREP activities. Just print and teach! Please see tips for teaching point of view and grab a freebie sample on my blog.

This resource has been bundled with two other 3rd & 4th Grade Common Core Toolkits for a 20% discount. Please preview these bundle before purchasing this product to see which best fits your instructional needs for your grade level. There is a 3rd Grade Common Core Bundle and a 4th Grade Common Core Bundle

The activities in this resource have been created with the purpose of teaching students how to:

✔ Determine the narrator’s or character's perspective within a story based on their experience, beliefs, values, and attitudes
✔ Distinguish between the character’s or narrator’s point of view and that of the reader’s
✔ Evaluate the narrator’s or character’s perspective
✔ Determine the points of view from which stories are narrated
✔ Describe how the narrator’s point of view influences the way a story is told
✔ Compare and contrast the points of view from which different stories are told
✔ Infer and describe how an account of a story would be different if narrated from a different point of view
✔ Describe how a character’s perspective can change within a story
✔ Determine which important details within a story support all of the above

Note: Point of view, perspective, and viewpoint are used interchangeably for instructional purposes, however distinguishing between point of view from which a story is narrated and a character's or narrator's point of view (perspective) is made clear throughout activities.

This resource toolkit includes:

✎ 2 Point of View Anchor Charts
✎ 9 POV Activities for The Day the Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt
✎ 6 POV Activities for I Wanna Iguana, by Karen Kaufman Orloff
✎ 6 POV Activities for Hey, Little Ant, by Phillip & Hannah Hoose
✎ 9 POV Activities for The Ant Bully, by John Nickel
✎ 6 POV Activities for Three Hens and a Peacock, by Lester L. Laminack
✎ Answer keys where applicable
✸ 15 resources for teaching point of view and perspective with ANY story (including 3 foldables that can be used in students' reading notebooks)

Answer keys for activities offer guidance with teaching point of view.

Note: For each story, there are writing activities that can be used as springboards for teaching opinion writing.

Need other common core resources?

RL3.3~Describing Character Traits, Feelings & Motives

RL4.3~Describing Characters, Settings, & Events in Literature

RL3.2, 4.2 & 5.2~Finding the Theme & Message in Literature

Needing some Ready-to-Go, detailed lessons to ignite your reading program? All you have to do is print and go!
~ Seed Lessons for Growing Thoughtful Readers

Total Pages
90 pages
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