Three passages from classic children’s literature (each adapted for advanced, average, and low readers) provide practice in determining and defending point of view. To fulfill Common Core State Standard RL.4.6, students determine point of view and support with evidence from the text.
• Poster with steps for determining and defending point of view
• “Alice and the Caterpillar” (an excerpt from The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland*, adapted at three reading levels)
• Themed response sheet for “Alice and the Caterpillar”
• “Back to the Widow’s House” (an excerpt from Huckleberry Finn*, adapted at three reading levels)
• Themed response sheet for “Back to the Widow’s House”
• “The Sea Chest” (an except from Treasure Island*, adapted at three reading levels)
• Themed response sheet for “The Sea Chest”
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This product is also included in RL.4.6 Determining and Defending Point of View Lesson Plans
. The bundle includes two PowerPoint presentations, worksheets for practice of determining point of view, an excerpt for guided practice, three excerpts (each adapted for three reading levels) for independent practice, an additional excerpt for assessment, and rubric.
Complete units (including lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations, practice, and assessments) for additional CCSS Reading: Literature standards are available in my store:
*RL.4.1 Answering Questions Lesson Plans
*RL.4.2 Finding a Theme Lesson Plans
*RL.4.3 Describing a Character Lesson Plans
*RL.4.4 Words from Mythology Lesson Plans
*RL.4.5 Prose, Drama, and Poetry
*RL.4.9 Comparing and Contrasting Folklore Lesson Plans
*Literature Assessments - Grade 4
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Common Core State Standard Reading: Literature 4.6 (CCSS RL.4.6) with Differentiation