This engaging scavenger hunt is designed to be used after you’ve introduced to the five verb moods. This will require your students to go beyond looking at simple example sentences on worksheets to examine actual literature that they come in contact with on a daily basis to identify the moods of verbs in sentences.
For this activity each group/individual will need a variety of books (fiction and nonfiction) and a literature textbook with numerous examples of narratives written from different points of view. Each of these items will be examined by students so that they can identify the narrative points of view.
To provide scaffolding, you may choose to fill in some of the blanks ahead of time for students. For example, you may want to go to the section that will be completed using the literature book and fill in the name of a specific story that you want students to examine or fill in a certain point of view so that students have to look in the book for a story or excerpt written from that specific point of view. *The document contains boxes filled in with text titles from my classroom textbook, but you should/may add your own from a literature book you have access to.
This activity is designed so that you can tailor it to the needs of your students. Feel free to modify as you see fit.