This power point defines first, second and third person point of view. Examples are given of each point of view as well as clue pronouns. Furthermore, it breaks down the third person point of view into third person limited, objective and omniscient.
Students are given passages about the Brooklyn Bridge in which they must decide whether each passage is told in first, second or third person. The passages that are told in third person are then further identified as either third person limited, objective or omniscient. Answers are provided.
I tried to carefully explain the differences and give examples in as simple terms as possible;especially when explaining third person points of view.
My fourth graders loved this power point! As a result, they have no problem explaining differences between first, second or third person point of view. They can even identify third person limited, objective and omniscient.