Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Review: Point of View - Section 2: POV ID


My observations as students discussed their findings with their partners revealed that students found it easier to identify which point of view are represented per passage than it was to provide reasons for their choice.  In order to explain their choices, students had to deepen their knowledge of this concept.  Conceptual understanding can only be reached if students took the time to logically and methodically analyze and interpret each point of view so that each makes sense to them as well as applicable to their learning.  Higher order thinking is reached not solely by application, but by synthesizing and evaluating what is learned.

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  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Using Evidence to Back Up Ideas
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Review: Point of View

Unit 14: Perspectives
Lesson 7 of 7

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

Big Idea: How do you know who is telling the story? Students analyze whose eyes the reader is looking through.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, perspective, point of view, first person point of view, second person point of view, third person point of view
  60 minutes
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