Reflection: Student Ownership Examining Point Of View - Section 2: Story Analysis


Students responded well to the graphic organizer because it focused on characteristics of each point of view.  For this lesson, students focused on first and third person because it is the most common point of view.  Students were able to cite sources and rely on text evidence using the Student Sample Graphic Organizer.

  Student Ownership: Graphic Organizer
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Examining Point Of View

Unit 14: Perspectives
Lesson 1 of 7

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

Big Idea: Who is telling the story? Students analyze whose eyes the reader is looking through.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, point of view, perspective
  60 minutes
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