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This engaging resource takes a whole new take on point of view. Students read 2 stories from the point of view of household dogs. Students will find this resource engaging and entertaining. It will also allow them to understand how the point of view changes based on the person (or, in this case, the dog) telling it. After reading the articles, students will also be asked to answer questions using the text to support their answers.
When they're done, students can read or listen to "The Pain and the Great One" and compare the book to stories they read. This will encourage higher level thinking and imitate prompts they're likely to see on standardized tests.
This resource also includes a point of view sort and worksheet to practice first, second and third person point of view.
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