Reflection: Self-Talk Point of View Writing: The Fighting Ground - Section 3: Presentation


Wow!  This is an amazing activity that I never anticipated to be so popular.  The kids loved it and worked very hard on their POV papers.  I used this idea a few other times during the year with equal success. 

Comparing and contrasting with their Venn Diagrams was met with regular acceptance, but the idea of writing from the Point of View of someone other than the main character was the key.  TRY THIS!

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Point of View Writing: The Fighting Ground

Unit 5: Colonists in Crisis
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: TSWBAT determine and write from the point of view of an alternate character in The Fighting Ground.

Big Idea: Same day....different viewpoints.

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