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Sep 25

Point of View

Presenting Point of View 

By using the comparison of a diorama, my students are able to begin to understand 1st and 3rd points of view. I tell the students that in first-person point of view, you shrink yourself and become one of the characters within the diorama. If you were writing a story set in the diorama, you would describe what is happening to you. In third-person point of view, you are outside the diorama, looking in, and telling a story about what you see.

Activities 

Here are some online resources for Point of View:

Point Out the View from PBS Kids

Quia Point of View Million Game

Maintaining Point of View

Point of View Jeopardy Review Game

Point of View Song

Learn about Point of View

Anchor Chart 

Download this free anchor chart.

Free Printable Point of View Anchor Chart

 

Printing Instructions

Adobe Reader

With Adobe Reader 10 or newer, you can print posters by splitting the document across multiple sheets of paper called titles. After printing, you piece the tiles together. If you have an older version of Adobe Reader, you can update to a newer version with a free download here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

Printing Instructions

  1. Choose File > Print
  2. A pop-up menu will open. Select the “Poster” option under “Page Sizing & Handling.” The poster is set to print 20 by 30 inches. This will tile over 8 pieces of paper. This size fits perfectly on the standard 22 by 32 inch flip chart. If you select “Size” in place of “Poster,” your poster will fit on a standard 8 1/2 by 11 inch piece of paper.

 

 

Additional Resources

 Point of View Activities at Teachers Pay Teachers

Mini posters, Lap Book, Task Cards, Turn Around Upside Down Printable Books, and Games are just some of the activities your students will enjoy in this Point of View Unit.

Point of View Unit at Teachers Pay Teachers 

 

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