Help you students identify the point of view and the perspectives of characters in a story. This unit focuses on students learning to understand from whose point of view the story is being told. They learn to determine whether a story is being told in first or third person. They also look at the perspective of the characters and how the perspective changes in different situations.
The unit is designed around RL2.6. However, even if you are not using Common Core, it should be useful in helping students comprehend what they read. It would also be appropriate as a tool to introduce point of view or review it for 3rd graders.
Included in this unit:
Five pages of original or retold stories.
Ten student activity pages: matching, graphic organizers, questions and
3 colored posters with student black and white copies
Teacher lesson ideas
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