Point of View Reading Street Old Yeller and Other Passages

Point of View Reading Street Old Yeller and Other Passages
Point of View Reading Street Old Yeller and Other Passages
Point of View Reading Street Old Yeller and Other Passages
Point of View Reading Street Old Yeller and Other Passages
Point of View Reading Street Old Yeller and Other Passages
Point of View Reading Street Old Yeller and Other Passages
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Point of view is the perspective from which the author presents the actions and characters of a story. In fiction, point of view is the mode of narration that an author employs to let the readers “hear” and “see” what takes place in a story. The two common points of view are first person and third person. Sometimes an author may chose to use second person.

Included: 1) Definition and example of each type of narration

2) Passages that allow students to identify the narration and mark up the text

3) Application component that has students use three of their books to identify type of narration

Passages include, Soul Surfer, Tale of Despereaux, Old Yeller, etc...
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