Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Three Tales in Third Person - Section 1: Warm Up


The next time I teach this lesson, I will find (or create) more challenging "point of view" sentences for the kids to practice.  Although this little worksheet is adequate, they finished it quickly, indicating that they didn't have to think very hard.  The up side is that students who may have struggled had an opportunity to feel immediate success.  I will certainly leave some of the easier sentences for that reason.

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Three Tales in Third Person

Unit 6: 1st and 3rd....Not Football- POV!
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: TSWBAT recognize a change in the point of view in the novel The Wish Giver.

Big Idea: Hear it completely in THIRD PERSON!

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