Reflection: Checks for Understanding Who's Point of View? Left Side Interactive Notebook Activity - Section 3: Can You Tell Who It Is Now??

 

This lesson was very successful for my kiddos considering they've never heard the words 1st person, 2nd person or 3rd person point of view.  The exit ticket data showed that they could match the books with the correct point of view.  They did it with about 95% accuracy.  The true test will be if they can take their new learning about apply it to new situations and if they can determine how the point of view impacts the text.  That will come in the next few lessons.

A few things to look out for here- make a few extra foldables, because in one of my groups, I had about four students who were unable to manipulate the corners.  One other thing that was helpful for one of my struggling students was that I used his foldable for the model.  This allowed him to have his work complete to use for information and gave me a model for the rest of the class to follow.  

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Who's Point of View? Left Side Interactive Notebook Activity

Unit 17: The Science of Reading: Paired Reading Selections
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT identify the point of view from which a story is being told.

Big Idea: Knowing who's telling a story helps a reader identify biases and perspective in the text.

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Social Studies, English / Language Arts, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), Nonfiction (Reading), point of view, foldable, Interactive Student Notebook
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