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Great point of view lesson with a student fave book!

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Teaching Point of View

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View

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Teaching Points of View through Role Play (FREE lesson to download!)

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Teaching Points of View through Role Play (FREE lesson to download!)

This FREEBIE includes TWO original 4th/5th grade leveled reading passages and close reading activities perfectly aligned to Common Core Standards RI.4.6 and RI.5.6 (Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated).This is a sample from my much larger and comprehensive products with FIFTY original passages and close reading activities perfectly aligned to the Common Core Standards.

Some students may benefit from becoming familiar with different points of view prior to interpreting the author’s point of view. Here is a cute activity for your students.

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Why not make your next read a classic story from a different point of view? Longbourn by Jo Baker Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys The Red Tent by Anita Diamant Havisham by Ronald Frame Confessions of...

I love this! I use it in my class for a Point of View lesson and the students have to write a diary from the bird's point of view. So much fun. :)