Point of View
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Using The Gardener to Teach the Influence of Point of View RL.5.6 (Spring Mentor Text) - Teaching with Jennifer Findley
Point of View can be complicated, but with this lesson (and free printables), your students will better understand how point of view works. Check out this lesson from Jennifer Frindley on Teaching to Inspire.
Author's Point of View Freebie inspired by No More Monsters For Me!
This Author's Point of View freebie was created to use with the book No More Monsters for Me by Peggy Parish.Students will determine the Author's Point of View and then find 3 pieces of text evidence to prove their thinking.Common Core StandardsK.RL.6, 1.RL.6 To find more information about his book and many others please visit my blog The Picture Book Teacher's Edition .
Diary from a Worms Point of View
This freebie has students working towards RL.1.6: Point of View. You will receive four scaffolded lessons working off the gradual release model of responsibility. Students begin their week understanding worms through the illustrations. By the second day, students will discover the meaning of point of view and with evidence from the text.
Point of View Craftivity: 1st Person & 3rd Person POV
Have your students to practice identifying FIRST PERSON and THIRD PERSON point of view in a memorable way! Students begin by reading six short passages and identifying which point of view the author used in each story. The finished products make a unique bulletin board or fun school hallway display! It can also be used as a novel entry in an interactive notebook!
The Teacher Next Door
These six posters are a great reference tool for your classroom. There are 3 basic point of posters that can be used with younger kids (Point of View, First Person, and Third Person), and there are 3 additional posters which describe different types of third person point of view.