Are you tapped out of ideas on how to teach Point of View to your students? Make it fun, easy, and interactive with this WEEK long set of activities, print and digital included! This resource includes 5 days worth of lesson plans and activities, graphic organizer, craftivity, centers & more! Take a look at the preview for more details!
Lesson 1: Students are becoming exposed to the concept of point of view by breaking down the concept and defining important vocabulary words. Students also get to act out scenarios and determine the point of view of each scenario.
Lesson 2: Students analyze photographs and discuss different point of view sentences that would match the photographs
Lesson 3: Students evaluate pronouns in a given short story to help determine the point of view. Students get to color code the stories based on the given key.
Lesson 4: Students will roam around the room on a read the room hunt, read short stories and determine the point of view. Students will also practice justifying their answers with the given recording sheet that has sentence frames to help build their responses.
Lesson 5: Students get to apply their knowledge of point of view by creating an interactive flap book. Students will read two short stories, match the covers, and write to justify their answer as well as explain the types of point of view.
Please note that 2nd person is discussed in lesson one ONLY – after that, all lessons will focus only on 1st and 3rd person point of view.
All activities are more hands-on than normal ‘worksheets’. Direction pages and real photographs are also included! A graphic organizer, bookmark, anchor chart, craftivity, & center are all also included!
Digital components are created for Google Classroom, Google Slides, and PowerPoint.
This resource is a part of a large Building Comprehension Bundle! You can grab this largely discounted bundle with this resource and 16 other comprehension skills & strategies HERE for over 20% off!
Units included in the bundle are:
- Problem & Solution
- Making Inferences
- Main Idea
- Cause and Effect
- Point of View (this one)
- Text Structures
- Compare & Contrast
- Fact and Opinion
- Author’s Purpose