RL.2.6

Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.

 
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Connecting To The Theme with Elmer!

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Connecting with Key Details and Theme
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Connecting with Key Details and Theme
Andrea Praught
Oswego, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

What's the theme of the story and why is it important to me?

 
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Yeh-Shen, the Chinese Cinderella: Day 2 of Cinderella Unit

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Fractured Fairly Tales
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Fractured Fairly Tales
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Puppetry can be used to dramatize a different version of the same fictional story while foreshadowing similar key details.

 
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yeg shen cinderella
   

Examining Point Of View

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Who is telling the story? Students analyze whose eyes the reader is looking through.

 
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Infer the Characters' Point of View

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Inference-What Do You Already Know and How Does the Text Help You?
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Inference-What Do You Already Know and How Does the Text Help You?
Andrea Praught
Oswego, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

What are they saying? What are they thinking? Point of view!

 
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Cindy Ellen: Day 4 of Cinderella Unit

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Fractured Fairly Tales
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Fractured Fairly Tales
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

By analyzing this Wild Western version of Cinderella, students will gain new perspectives of how a story with a similar central theme can have different points of view.

 
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cinderella cindy ellen wild west
   

Character vs. Self Conflicts

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Challenging Characters
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Challenging Characters
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Conflict may be internal or external. This lesson focuses on the internal conflict that characters have with themselves. Character perspectives are explored to understand this type of conflict.

 
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Second Person Point of View

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

When are you part of the story? Students analyze whose eyes the reader is looking through.

 
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Connect To the World and Don't use 'Slug'gish Words

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Connecting with Key Details and Theme
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Connecting with Key Details and Theme
Andrea Praught
Oswego, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Use voice to show a character's point of view!

 
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Third Person Omniscient Point of View

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Does the story teller know everything? Students analyze whose eyes the reader is looking through.

 
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pov
   

First Person Point of View

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Is the author part of the story? Students analyze whose eyes the reader is looking through.

 
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Money Trouble: A Reader's Theater Script

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: "RICH" Literature and Information About Money!
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: "RICH" Literature and Information About Money!
Miki Frace
Ocean Park, WA
Environment: Rural
 
Big Idea:

Take the show on the road! Reader's theater “enriches” our study of money and banks. Students will role play opposing points of view.

 
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Third Person Limited Point of View

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Who is telling the story? Students analyze whose eyes the reader is looking through.

 
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Wilbur: To Be Smoked Ham or Not?

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Charlotte's Web: A Chapter Book Study
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Charlotte's Web: A Chapter Book Study
Maricela Rodriguez
Los Angeles, CA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Keep Wilbur alive or turn him into smoked ham? This is the predicament Wilbur faces. I wonder what reasons the students will give to support their point of view?

 
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Third Person Objective

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Perspectives
Dr. Miranti Murphy
Hollywood, FL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Who is telling the story? How does the narrator's perspective influence the meaning of the story?

 
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"Ouch" - What Is That Pea Thinking? (Lesson 3 of 3)

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Inference-What Do You Already Know and How Does the Text Help You?
2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Inference-What Do You Already Know and How Does the Text Help You?
Andrea Praught
Oswego, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

The princess, the queen, the prince, the pea - Infer what they're thinking!

 
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