Reflection: Student Ownership First Person Point of View - Section 3: Story Analysis

 

Students shared their evidence that led them to the conclusion that their selected text is told from a first person point of view.  Going back to the text to find supportive evidence that matches the characteristics of the first person point of view solidified their claims.  Also, students were able communicate their knowledge to others as shown on this First Person Perspective Student Presentation.

Various sources for age appropriate text exemplars in all perspectives must be selected to prepare for this lesson.  A mix of these text exemplars in class libraries of book bins facilitates instruction.

  Student Ownership: Elaborating on Conceptual Knowlege
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First Person Point of View

Unit 14: Perspectives
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT identify the point of view of the story-teller in text.

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

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, perspective, point of view, first person point of view
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