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If you're searching for a way to help your AP Lit. students grasp the significance of and distinction between perspective and point of view in short fiction, if you want to find illuminating questions that will help your students analyze how point of view impacts perspective and theme, or if you're simply looking for another tool in your teaching toolbox, this product will be a wonderful resource.
Including a twenty-five page PowerPoint that includes differentiated journal prompts, key questions for any texts, and an art analysis component centered around the significance of perspective, this brief, but engaging lesson will help students grasp how perspective can shape the overall meaning of a text as a whole.
This resource will pair nicely with any text (be it short fiction, novels, or plays) and will provide concrete questions and examples to help students as they independently or collaboratively explore a variety of texts.
AP Literature Curriculum Framework Alignment
CHR-1 Characters in literature allow readers to study and explore a range of values, beliefs, assumptions, biases, and cultural norms represented by those characters.
- CHR-1.C - Perspective is how narrators, characters, or speakers understand their circumstances and is informed by background, personality traits, and relationships.
NAR-1 A narrator's or speaker's perspective controls the details and emphases that affect how readers experience and interpret a text.
- 4.A Identify and describe the narrator or speaker of a text.
- NAR-1.A Narrators or speakers relate accounts to readers and establish a relationship between the text and the reader.
- NAR-1.B Perspective refers to how narrators, characters, or speakers see their circumstances, while point of view refers to the position from which a narrator or speaker relates the events of a narrative.
- NAR-1.C A speaker or narrator is not necessarily the author.
- 4.B Identify and explain the function of point of view in a narrative.
- NAR-1.D The point of view contributes to what narrators, characters, or speakers can and cannot provide in a text based on their level of involvement and intimacy with the details, events, or characters.
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