Help your third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade students determine a story's perspective with this lively point of view Power Point presentation and two point of view worksheets.
The presentation opens with a discussion of pronouns in first, second, and third person. Then kids jump into the action by analyzing of 11 short excerpts from well-known children’s books – and guessing the name and author of the book. Learning has never been so much fun!
This presentation was created with an interactive style to engage your class. To see everyone’s response, just ask kids to hold up one or three fingers to signal first or third person perspective.
Created by master teacher Brenda Kovich
, this activity is classroom tested and kid approved. It’s also available as part of Point of Unit
, which includes an additional PowerPoint presentation and five excerpts to analyze (each adapted for three reading levels).
More Fourth Grade Literature Units
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. You can purchase eight complete standards-based units (including lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations, practice, and assessments) plus three comprehensive assessments.
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I’m committed to continual improvement. This product was updated and enhanced on July 2, 2017.