Reflection: Online Resources Using Pronouns to Analyze Point of View - Section 2: Point of View Reference Sheet


Point of view is a difficult concept for middle schoolers.  Staying consistent within a point of view is also difficult.  Multiple examples from different sources can help.

Here's a link to a PowerPoint from Purdue Owl website on point of view with examples of effective use, ineffective use, and also the difference between passive and active voice.

This document (it's a PDF of a Word document) has a brief reminder of why writing in second person isn't effective with some opportunities to practice revising.

Do you know of a good point of view resource?  Please, share it!

  Additional Resources for Point of View
  Online Resources: Additional Resources for Point of View
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Using Pronouns to Analyze Point of View

Unit 12: Novel Study: The Hunger Games
Lesson 2 of 21

Objective: Students will be able to analyze the pronouns used in different points of view by consulting a reference sheet and writing from various characters' points of view.

Big Idea: Pronouns, perspective, point of view, oh my.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, pronoun, language, Hunger Games
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