Point of View Notes and Practice - Section 2: Instruction

 
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Different Points of View

Unit 2: Unit 1: Part II- Analyzing Text
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT to analyze a variety of diverse text to determine limited or omniscient point of view as well determine the effects point of view has on a story.

Big Idea: Whoever said roses were red? Students determine point of view in poetry and hold discussions on how point of view affects the story.

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