Use this free point of view slideshow to help you teach point of view to your 3rd grade or 4th grade students.
Begin by having students practice point of view within fiction text. Students read 3 different paragraphs telling the same story from different points of view. They have to determine who is telling each story.
Next, have students think about point of view within nonfiction texts. Students read a short paragraph and decide whether they agree or disagree with the author's point of view. Then, have students write 2 paragraphs from opposing viewpoints.
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I wanted to say that I enjoy so much of your work and appreciate your hard work. I had a quick question about the Point of View slideshow. The first Point of View practice was about wearing school uniforms. Slide 2 asks students to write about why students should be allowed to eat during class. Were these two suppose to go together, or are they both stand alone slides? Thanks!
Each of the slides are stand alone slides! Hope this is helpful for you!
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