This Story Is About Yoon.mp4 - Section 4: Practicing First Person Point of View

 
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Who is Telling the Story?

Unit 14: My Name is Yoon
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT distinguish among the points of view in their literary text.

Big Idea: How can we tell who is telling the story? Come learn one simple tool to figure it out.

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