Analyze the narration and point of view (e.g., first person, third person, third-person limited, third-person omniscient) in literary texts. 0801.8.11
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- Author's Purpose and Point of View - pre test - answers on next web page
- Author's Purpose and Point of View - post test - answers on next web page
- Characters and Point of View - The point of view (how you choose to tell your story) determines the voice of your writing.
- Critical Literacy: Point of View - lesson plan helps students look at the author's purpose and viewpoint, and also recognize gaps in the text - Extension activities include debating a fairy tale using different character viewpoints.
- "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" - by Langston Hughes - lesson plan - gain understanding on interpreting author's viewpoint, figurative language, historical perspective, cultural perspective
- Point of View - exploring point of view
- Point of View - definition of point of view
- Point of View Quiz - Read each group of sentences. Decide if it is written in first person or third person point of view.
- Point of View and Why it is important - Ian Bone -
- Point of View Exercise - use this as a whole class activity
- Point of View - Third Person - lesson plan
- Point of View - Two Heads Aren't Always Better Than One - suggestions regarding choosing a point of view for your writing
- Point of View - Beginning Writer's Craft ( free web host - may be blocked by some school filters)
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