Why do our students have difficulty identifying an author’s points of view? Maybe it’s because students don’t realize how similar all three of the third person points of view are. They need to read carefully. “Whose Point of View?“ gives them that instruction and practice. This 23-slide power point includes detailed instructional slides followed by a 10-item practice with the answer key on one of the last slides. You can print that one and use it as you show the power point to the students.
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